HLTB21H3 Study Guide - Plasticine, Miasma Theory, Calcification

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16 Feb 2011

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The red plague first described in spain 1735 as mal de la rosa. First appeared as a skin rash that covered the hands and feet and sketched an ugly butterfly pattern across the neck. early stages reddening of the skin might resemble a sunburn or inflammation due to contact with poison oak. The skin crusted and peeled away, showing the smooth and shiny skin below, tongue became reddened, burning sensation in the mouth , and diarrhea. Agra rough: associated with people who had a diet of corn, i. salas concluded that cause was spoiled corn infested with parasite verdet. Joseph goldberger experiment: every child under 12 years of age got 14 ounces of milk a day, and those under 6 years of age got 20 ounces. Eggs and fresh meet served 4 days a week. prevention adding fresh meat, milk, eggs, and vegetables to the diet: pellagra preventive factor (p. p)

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