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This small monograph is a summary of studies of pellagra made by the author in Transcaucasia in 1931. It consists principally of epidemiologic and pathologic observations and a discussion of the different theories of etiology which, although adding little that is new, agree with the generally known facts and views concerning this disease. The excellent bibliography should be of value to students of pellagra.
Beitray zur Pathologie und Epidemiologie der Pellagra (nach Beobachtungen aus Transkaukasien). JAMA. 1933;101(22):1751. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740470065043
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