HANS SELYE, M.D., Ph.D., D.SC., F.R.S.(C)
In a lecture such as this it would be impossible to review the rather voluminous literature on the adaptation syndrome and the diseases of adaptation, but this is hardly necessary in any case because several extensive surveys of this field have been published in recent years (Albright, 1942-43; Albright, 1943; De La Balze, 1946; Cannon, 1932; Crile and Lower, 1915; Ingle, 1942; Laflaquière, 1942; Leblond, 1939; Maître, 1942; Overbeek, 1947; Selye, 1940; Selye, 1941; Selye, 1944; Selye, 1946; Sundstroem and Michaels, 1942; Tepperman, Engel and Long, 1943; Varangot, 1940).
Since apparently one of the most important diseases of adaptation is
SELYE H. THE ALARM REACTION AND THE DISEASES OF ADAPTATION1. Ann Intern Med. ;29:403–415. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-29-3-403
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