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A survey of 216 elderly men and women in general practice
Author(s)G F Taylor, T P Eddy, D L Scott
Journal titleJournal of the Royal College of General Practitioners, vol 21, no 106, May 1971
Pagespp 267-275
KeywordsNutritional and metabolic diseases ; General practice ; Clinical surveys.
AnnotationIn this clinical survey, there was a high incidence of epithclial and vascular lesion of the tongue, which have previously been shown to respond to treatment with B group vitamins and ascorbic acid. The incidence of lesions was related to sex, social class, smoking, peptic ulcer, and frequently of consumption of vegetables and fruit, but was not related to living alone or to age. (RH).
Accession NumberCPA-930823120 A
ClassmarkCS: L5: 3G *

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