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Weiler contributes the twenty-fifth number of Work and Health, edited by Martineck. It consists of an analysis of the nervous and mental disturbances in association with the World War. After an introduction as to how this work was carried out, Weiler discusses dementia praecox (schizophrenia). This chapter is divided into three parts: dementia praecox in general, influence of war and dementia praecox, and finally the conclusions. The second chapter takes up the manic depressive psychoses and consists of a discussion of manic depressive psychoses in general and in association with the World War, followed by conclusions. The third chapter deals with epilepsy and is divided into two parts: epilepsy as an individual entity and the influence of the war of epilepsy. The fourth chapter discusses nervous and mental diseases of syphilitic origin. This is divided into a general discussion of dementia paralytica and tabes dorsalis and the various syphilitic nervous
Arbeit und Gesundheit: Sozialmedizinische Schriftenreihe aus dem Gebiete des Reichsarbeitsministeriums. JAMA. 1935;105(5):388. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760310062031
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