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EFFECTS OF ELECTRICALLY INDUCED CONVULSIONS UPON RESPIRATION IN MAN
MARK D. ALTSCHULE; WOLFGANG M. SULZBACH; KENNETH J. TILLOTSON
Am J Psychiatry 1947;103:680-684.
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The Clinical Services of the McLean Hospital, Belmont, the Medical Research Laboratories of the Beth Israel Hospital, Boston.

The Department of Psychiatry of the Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass.

The Department of Medicine of the Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass.

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