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American Review of Respiratory Diseases, New York

American Review of Respiratory Diseases, New York treatment and steroids, with corticotropin, pyridoxine, acid of and in combination. Excretion of xanthurenic American Review singly Respiratory Diseases, of determined. All forms and four other metabolites was New York restored metabolite excretion to normal when the therapy this was without initially abnormal, necessarily improving of in Tuberculo¬ Results Long-Term Chemotherapy Spinal the clinical state. sis: of Patients-A. Falk A Follow-up Study (VA Hosp, Minneapolis) in Folie Acid Status Normal Infants the First During F. of Year of Life-T. M. Vanier and J. Tyas (Dept Amer Rev Dis 95:1-5 1967 Resp (Jan) St. Hematology, Thomas Hosp, London) combination The effect of duration of drug longer Dis Child 1966 Arch 41:658-665 (Dec) treated was with a series therapy compared previous adult male with alone. A total of 235 pa¬ streptomycin normal full-term infants were followed dur¬ Twenty-four followed five or more tients from VA were years hospitals the first of life to establish normal values for ing year treatment. had a in¬ after males very high to de¬ Young Negro related to folie acid metabolism and parameters no infection but difference in cidence of proportionally, was of termine whether adult standards there evidence by Little in clinical therapeutic response. change http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

American Review of Respiratory Diseases, New York

JAMA , Volume 199 (3) – Jan 16, 1967

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1967 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1967.03120030148052
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Abstract

treatment and steroids, with corticotropin, pyridoxine, acid of and in combination. Excretion of xanthurenic American Review singly Respiratory Diseases, of determined. All forms and four other metabolites was New York restored metabolite excretion to normal when the therapy this was without initially abnormal, necessarily improving of in Tuberculo¬ Results Long-Term Chemotherapy Spinal the clinical state. sis: of Patients-A. Falk A Follow-up Study (VA Hosp, Minneapolis) in Folie Acid Status Normal Infants the First During F. of Year of Life-T. M. Vanier and J. Tyas (Dept Amer Rev Dis 95:1-5 1967 Resp (Jan) St. Hematology, Thomas Hosp, London) combination The effect of duration of drug longer Dis Child 1966 Arch 41:658-665 (Dec) treated was with a series therapy compared previous adult male with alone. A total of 235 pa¬ streptomycin normal full-term infants were followed dur¬ Twenty-four followed five or more tients from VA were years hospitals the first of life to establish normal values for ing year treatment. had a in¬ after males very high to de¬ Young Negro related to folie acid metabolism and parameters no infection but difference in cidence of proportionally, was of termine whether adult standards there evidence by Little in clinical therapeutic response. change

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jan 16, 1967

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