The Use of Tetraethylammonium Chloride in Treatment of Phantom Limb
The increased number of amputees resulting from World War II has undoubtedly produced many cases of phantom leg symptoms, a condition difficult to manage at best. One is tempted to try every available means to alleviate it, as will be seen in the case reported. In this instance tetraethylammonium chloride proved to be of some value.
- © 1950 American Heart Association, Inc.