Index to Chiropractic Literature
Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
Nutr Perspect: Jul 2017(40:3): 10-11 24869 Case history [aged female with bilateral foot pain and paresthesia in addition to problems with balance]
  • Volstad KL
Nutr Perspect: Jan 2017(40:1): 19-20, 22-23 24699 Case histories [case report]
  • Kilbride M
Nutr Perspect: Oct 2016(39:4): 16-18 24590 Case histories [case report]
  • Bond B
Nutr Perspect: Jan 2013(36:1): 21 23849 Personal viewpoint [editorial]
  • Feeney DF
Nutr Perspect: Apr 2013(36:2): 23-24, 26 23842 Case histories [case report]
  • Edenzon MJ
Nutr Perspect: Jul 2013(36:3): 15-18 23835 Case histories [case report]
  • Boros RA
Nutr Perspect: Jul 2013(36:3): 22-30 23850 Case history [case report]
  • Grand S
Nutr Perspect: Apr 2012(35:2): 28-29 23776 Case history [case report]
  • Andreoli GT
Nutr Perspect: Apr 2012(35:2): 31-32 23777 Case history [case report]
  • Kilbride MP
Nutr Perspect: Jan 2012(35:1): 5-6, 8 23779 10 worst processed foods for people with diabetes
  • Feeney DF
Nutr Perspect: Jan 2012(35:1): 30 23784 Case history [case report]
  • Andreoli GT
Nutr Perspect: Oct 2012(35:4): 21, 31 23763 Case history: That mysterious calf pain [case report]
  • Feeney DF
Nutr Perspect: Oct 2012(35:4): 14-15 23834 Case histories [case report]
  • Wallman DA
Nutr Perspect: Oct 2011(34:4): 5-6, 8 23787 Hypoglycemia -- Strategies and tactics for winning
  • Herto S
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