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The association of past URI (recollected) with increased U R I on patrol is of added interest in that 'chronic' URI recorders on patrol, that is men who reported positive for URI symptoms at all or all but one recording, were disproportionately numerous (6/29 vs. 5/116, ρ < 0 · 0 1 ) among crew members developing the mid-patrol syndrome observed in Patrol IV. These observations suggest that, while too restrictive for application to the Polaris program, diligent examination of U R I history may be pertinent in screening candidates for prolonged closed cabin voyages.