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considers almost pathognomonic of suprarenal insuf¬ ficiency. Many of the other symptoms, both mental and physical, corresponded to those which are known to fol¬ low an organic insufficiency of this nature, and both pa¬ tients were much improved under appropriate treatment. Such a condition might easily be overlooked or misinter¬ preted. It is not unlikely that this organic failure may be found to explain a certain number of intractable cases of neurasthenia. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ON THE ARMYdoi:10.1001/jama.1907.02530230042012 fatcat:hn54dfqtoban3ivg55jhtlithu