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January 1935


Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1935;55(1):17-25. doi:10.1001/archinte.1935.00160190020003

INTRODUCTION  Too little attention was paid to neurologic complications and diseases in my group of diabetic patients until Dr. Jordan joined Dr. H. F. Root, Dr. Priscilla White and me in 1930. For the next two and a half years he sought and found much which had been overlooked, disregarded or neglected. Already my associates and I feel indebted to him for his papers on cerebrovascular accidents, convulsions in diabetic patients, neurologic manifestations of hypoglycemia1—the two papers which appear in this issue of the Archives and a forthcoming paper on neuritis. We realize that much of the neurologic field in our practice has been only partially cleared, but we hope that before long the whole of it can be ploughed thoroughly. We regret that following Dr. Jordan's years in Boston and later in Germany, he went to Richmond, Va., but we feel sure that he will continue his