The Cammidge Reaction in the Urine—Dextrinuria

P. J. Cammidge
1914 Journal of the American Medical Association  
cially he who is naturally emotional or neurotic, suffers from this overstimulation and depression for an indefinite time. The excitement and depression is quite different from that bred of a horse race or prize fight, in which our emotions undergo rapid change for only a short time, and yet we know that cases of collapse and even sudden death have occurred at such events. The ending of the present war may be far in the future, and the harrowing conditions of our fellow men meanwhile will
more » ... ly become more extreme and more pitiable, while it may be that our doubts and depressions will become more marked. Another bad influence is the uncer¬
doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02570230073032 fatcat:24jvqpbomjafpdp632nsffg6oi