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New Treatment for Diabetes Insipidus
Prof. Marcel Labbé, together with his co-workers Boulin and Justin Bezançon, has published a communication on a new form of treatment in diabetes insipidus by use of extract of the posterior lobe of the pituitary body. They...
This comprises lectures delivered by the author and proves to be a complete and at the same time concise presentation of the subject of diseases of the kidney from the medical point of view. In the introductory chapters, modern conceptions of the production of the urine are extensively...
A large percentage of patients with gastric and duodenal ulcer may be treated as ambulatory and since a more definite dietetic regimen has been required for patients finishing the usual Sippy routine, the following diets have been planned.
In attempting to function as a real service unit of the...
On the basis of our statistical comparison of blood sugar methods,1 we offer a microtechnic of the Folin-Wu method as the best clinical technic for blood sugar determinations for the following reasons:
1. The technic is exceptionally accurate. There is only one micromeasurement, that of the...
Hyperinsulinism, in cases in which insulin has not been administered, is now recognized as an entity. It represents the antithesis of diabetes, just as hyperthyroidism is the reverse of myxedema. It is characterized by a constant tendency of the level of the blood sugar to fall. This...
This short manual covers both general and oral pathology in outline form and is designed for use by students of oral hygiene. For this purpose and other short courses covering the same ground it is adequate and conveniently arranged. The text is marred in places by mistakes, such as the...
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