B Bercovici, Samuel. "Ueber Pellagra, insbesondere in Rumanien" 1916 Bodansky, Meyer. "Studies on the Detoxification of Cyanids" 1923 Bondurant, Eugene D. "Pellagra, with Report of Nine Cases" 1909 Beall, H.K. "Pellagra" 1911 Bender, Willia, 1909 - 1923

 File — Box: 9, Folder: 2
Identifier: 08

Scope and Contents note

B Bercovici, Samuel. "Ueber Pellagra, insbesondere in Rumanien" 1916 Bodansky, Meyer. "Studies on the Detoxification of Cyanids" 1923 Bondurant, Eugene D. "Pellagra, with Report of Nine Cases" 1909 Beall, H.K. "Pellagra" 1911 Bender, William L. "Pellagra Secondary to Lesions of the Stomach Interfering with Nutrition" 1925 Beall, H.K. "Pellagra in Texas" circa 1912 Bass, C.C. "Treatment of Pellagra" 1911 Bass, C.C. "The Cause of Pellagra" 1914 Box, Charles R. "Fatal Pellagra in Two English Boys" 1913 Bowling, E.H. "Treatment of Pellagra" 1912 Bravetta, E. "Bibliografia" 1922 Bravetta, Eugenio. "Localizzazione Atipica Dell'Eritema Pellagroso" 1911 Bravetta, Eugenio. "Pellagra e Sindromi Pellagroidi" 1920 Babcock, J.W. "Prevalence of Pellagra" 1911 Babcock, J.W. "The Prevalence and Psychology of Pellagra" 1910 Babcock, J.W. "Discovery of Pellagra in State Hospital, Columbia, S.C." 1913 Babcock, J.W. "Medico-Legal Relations of Pellagra" n.d. Byfield, Albert H. "A Polyneuritic Syndrome Resembling Pellagra Acrodynia(?) Seen in Very Young Children" 1920

Dates

  • 1909 - 1923

Creator

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Extent

From the Collection: 8.39 Cubic Feet (22 Hollinger (letter) boxes and 1 Hollinger (Legal) box.)

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Location:

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Repository Details

Part of the Eskind Biomedical Library Manuscripts Collection Repository

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