Randolph TG Abstracts

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The acid-anoxia-endocrine theory of allergy.
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The clinical application of the acid-anoxia-endocrine theory of allergy.
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Fatigue and weakness of allergic origin (allergic toxemia) to be differentiated from nervous fatigue or neurasthenia.
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Fatigue and weakness of allergic origin; to be differentiated from nervous fatigue or neurasthenia.
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Allergy as a causative factor of fatigue, irritability, and behavior problems of children.
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Masked food allergy as a factor in the development and persistence of obesity.
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Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) its effect in bronchial asthma and ragweed hay fever.
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The mechanism of chronic alcoholism.
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Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH); its effect in atopic dermatitis.
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References

Clark, HG and TG Randolph (1950a), ‘The acid-anoxia-endocrine theory of allergy.’, J Lab Clin Med, 36 (5), 811-12. PubMedID: 14784674
——— (1950b), ‘The clinical application of the acid-anoxia-endocrine theory of allergy.’, J Lab Clin Med, 36 (5), 811. PubMedID: 14784673
Randolph, TG (1945), ‘Fatigue and weakness of allergic origin (allergic toxemia) to be differentiated from nervous fatigue or neurasthenia.’, Ann Allergy, 3 418-30. PubMedID: 21012438
——— (1946), ‘Fatigue and weakness of allergic origin; to be differentiated from nervous fatigue or neurasthenia.’, Proc Inst Med Chic, 16 145. PubMedID: 21025950
——— (1947a), ‘Masked food allergy as a factor in the development and persistence of obesity.’, Proc Annu Meet Cent Soc Clin Res U S, 20 85. PubMedID: 20272847
——— (1947b), ‘Allergy as a causative factor of fatigue, irritability, and behavior problems of children.’, J Pediatr, 31 (5), 560-72. PubMedID: 20268816
——— (1950), ‘The mechanism of chronic alcoholism.’, J Lab Clin Med, 36 (6), 978. PubMedID: 14795065
Randolph, TG and JP Rollins (1950), ‘Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) its effect in bronchial asthma and ragweed hay fever.’, Ann Allergy, 8 (2), 149-62. PubMedID: 15413889
——— (1951), ‘Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH); its effect in atopic dermatitis.’, Ann Allergy, 9 (1), 1-10; passim. PubMedID: 14800184