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Before surgical procedures are undertaken on the kidneys, bladder or prostate, it is essential that the normality of kidney function be ascertained, since disease of these organs not infrequently leads to impairment in renal function. The introduction of the phenolsulphonephthalein test...
Our knowledge of blood chemistry, so far as it concerns renal disease, is of comparatively recent origin. The development of simplified methods of estimating the amount of the various substances in health and disease has rapidly led to the accumulation of enormous data concerning their...
RESOLUTION ON SECTION DELEGATES
Colorado State Medical Society Acts on Section Delegates
At the annual session of the Colorado State Medical Society just concluded, the following resolution in regard to section delegates in the American...
Facing the problem of kidney function, we are accustomed to consider mainly the purely excretory function in the strictest sense of the word; that is the passing over of a definite substance from one side of the kidney filtrum, from the blood, to the other side, the urine. This is...
Simple goiter is endemic throughout those parts of the United States which are not close to the eastern or western seaboard. It is most prevalent in those regions which are poorest in iodin. The literature on this subject and the distribution of goiter in this country have been reviewed recently...
To the Editor:
—An editorial appeared in the Fairmont (Minn.) Daily Sentinel for October 6 criticizing Capper's Weekly, the personal organ of Senator Arthur Capper from Kansas. On reading the senator's publication, one is shocked at the class of the medical...
A comparison of the value of indigocarmin and the various blood biochemical tests with any idea as to which may be the most accurate or reliable in the determination of kidney function is probably, on a priori grounds, doomed to failure. Indigocarmin is, as we all know, a dye employed to...
Bony bridging of the vertebrae in spondylitis has been considered, since the advent of roentgenology, a distinct evidence of the nontuberculous nature of the disease. Hypertrophic changes and bony ankylosis have long been known to occur subsequent to mixed infections resulting from...
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