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MASON, RM. "Drug treatment of gout." British medical journal, Not Available 1, no. 5136 (June 1959): 1522-1524. (Academic Article)

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MASON, RM, MURRAY, RS, OATES, JK, and YOUNG, AC. "[Ankylosing spondylitis and Reiter's disease.]." Zeitschrift für Rheumaforschung, Not Available 18, no. 5-6 (June 1959): 233-241. (Academic Article)

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STEINBERG, VL, and MASON, RM. "Cervical spondylosis: pilot therapeutic trial." Annals of physical medicine, Not Available 5, no. 2 (May 1959): 37-47. (Academic Article)

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MASON, RM, MURRAY, RS, OATES, JK, and YOUNG, AC. "A comparative radiological study of Reiter's disease, rheumatoid arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis." The Journal of bone and joint surgery. British volume, Not Available 41-B, no. 1 (February 1959): 137-148. (Academic Article)

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MASON, RM, and STEINBERG, VL. "Systemic manifestations of rheumatoid arthritis and the para-rheumatic diseases. II. Rheumatoid arthritis." Annals of physical medicine, Not Available 4, no. 7 (August 1958): 265-273. (Academic Article)

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MASON, RM, and HAYTER, RR. "The present status of phenylbutazone therapy in rheumatic disease." The Practitioner, Not Available 181, no. 1081 (July 1958): 23-28. (Academic Article)

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MASON, RM, MURRAY, RS, OATES, JK, and YOUNG, AC. "Prostatitis and ankylosing spondylitis." British medical journal, Not Available 1, no. 5073 (March 1958): 748-751. (Academic Article)

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MATTHIES, H, and ERDMANN, D. "[Effect of caffeine on the conditioned reflex in rat & on experimental nervous system disorder]." Pharmazie 12, no. 9 (September 1957): 561-567.

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MASON, RM. "Discussion on referred pain." Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, Not Available 50, no. 8 (August 1957): 588-590. (Academic Article)

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FELL, WA, MASON, RM, OSMONDCLARKE, H, and QUIN, CE. "Osteoarthritis." Annals of physical medicine, Not Available 3, no. 4 (October 1956): 143-153. (Academic Article)

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