Brian P.PaceMA, Assistant Editor
April 30, 1898
C. Ziem urges a more active treatment for certain mental disturbances, and traces the connection between them and nasal troubles, especially affections of the accessory cavities, determining disturbances in the circulation of the frontal region of the brain. His communication in the Monats. f. Ohr. k., 1897, 11 and 12, describes his own personal experience with scientific candor and accuracy, and is a convincing plea in favor of the alleged connection.—Cbl. f. Chir., March 12.
CONNECTION BETWEEN NASAL AFFECTIONS AND PSYCHIATRY. JAMA. 1998;279(13):978. doi:10.1001/jama.279.13.978-JJY80008-5-1
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