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This is the first volume of three, outlined in the introduction, proposing the independent and unbiased study of the medical and sociological aspects of alcohol. The present volume is given over chiefly to a discussion of the clinical aspects of the problem of alcohol and the clinical effects of its prolonged ingestion. It is divided into two parts. Part I contains chapters on alcohol addiction and its treatment by Karl Bowman and E. M. Jellinek, and on alcoholic mental disorders by the same authors. These are excellent and comprehensive reviews of the subjects. Probably nowhere in the literature is the subject of alcoholic mental disorders so clearly presented as in this chapter. Part II contains chapters on vitamin deficiencies in chronic alcoholism by Norman Jolliffe, on alcoholic encephalopathies and nutrition by Norman Jolliffe, Herman Wortis and Martin Steine, on Marchiafava's disease by Giorgio Lolli and on cirrhosis of the liver
Effects of Alcohol on the Individual, A Critical Exposition of Present Knowledge. Volume I: Alcohol Addiction and Chronic Alcoholism. JAMA. 1943;121(4):298. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840040074030
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