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Blickenstorfer E. 
“Zum ätiologischen Problem der Psychosen vom akuten exogenen Reaktionstypus. Lysergsäurediäthylamid, ein psychisch wirksamer toxischer Spurenstoff.”. 
Arch. F. Psychiatr. (D.). 1952;188:226.
Abstract
Since only very small doses of LSD are required to produce an effect it is thought that LSD-like substances could play a role as "aetiological connecting links" in psychoses of the acute exogenic reaction type. It might be possible to use WITT's spider test to demonstrate their presence in cerebro-spinal fluid.
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