A clinical study of an epidemic of heroin intoxication and heroin-induced pulmonary edema
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ALCOHOL HYPOGLYCEMIA. II. A POSTULATED MECHANISM OF ACTION BASED ON EXPERIMENTS WITH RAT LIVER SLICES
ALCOHOL HYPOGLYCEMIA. I. CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM OF PATIENTS WITH CLINICAL ALCOHOL HYPOGLYCEMIA AND THE EXPERIMENTAL REPRODUCTION OF THE SYNDROME WITH PURE ETHANOL
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