LEWIS J. POLLOCK, M.D.
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Dysfunction of respiration, circulation, secretion, excretion, digestion, growth, metabolism and reproduction occurs alike in diseases of the nervous system and of other organs. The signs and symptoms of such dysfunction necessitate the differentiation of such diseases.
The disturbances of function following encephalitis lethargica illustrate how diversified the dysfunction of the body may become as the result of a disease of the nervous system. To note a few of these disturbances, mention may be made of the disorders of sleep, of somnolence, insomnia and reversal of time of sleeping, of the disturbance in temperature regulation, of hypothermia, associated with general lowering
POLLOCK LJ. DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM PRODUCING DYSFUNCTION OF OTHER ORGANS AND DYSFUNCTION OF OTHER ORGANS PRODUCING OR SIMULATING DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM1. Ann Intern Med. 1935;8:805–813. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-8-7-805
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1935;8(7):805-813.
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