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Effect of High and Low Sodium Diet in a Patient with Familial Periodic Paralysis

Effect of High and Low Sodium Diet in a Patient with Familial Periodic Paralysis effect of this outside of the No the was below normal even the an agent kidney. synthesis though plasma suggesting in concentration elevated and in was noted 3 cholesterol remained although change maximum ability concentrating Data the of cholesterol into studied while the are con¬ incorporation newly synthesized receiving drug. patients sistent sodium was increased. the of with a tubular inhibition of plasma still From relationship specific primary proximal conclusion activities of cholesterol in and it is concluded this The evidence for this plasma liver, reabsorption by agent. is indirect a meta¬ that with to with cho¬ since during long-term study, despite a regard equilibration plasma, hepatic factors which effect lesterol is in at least two functional bolic regiment, numerous important present pools. the final of the be fol¬ urine cannot carefully composition lowed. II. Turnover of Antiserum of Plas- Hyperlipemia Nephrosis: N. ma Cholesterol\p=m-\H.S. Sodhi and Kalant Diet in Patient Effect of and Low Sodium a with High 12:414 1963 Metabolism (May) R. H. Familial Periodic K. Her- Paralysis\p=m-\M. McDowell, cholesterol into The fractional rate of transfer of plasma E. Davis man, and T. the liver after intravenous of labeled sera was injection Metabolism 12:388 1963 (May) in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Effect of High and Low Sodium Diet in a Patient with Familial Periodic Paralysis

JAMA , Volume 184 (8) – May 25, 1963

Effect of High and Low Sodium Diet in a Patient with Familial Periodic Paralysis

Abstract

effect of this outside of the No the was below normal even the an agent kidney. synthesis though plasma suggesting in concentration elevated and in was noted 3 cholesterol remained although change maximum ability concentrating Data the of cholesterol into studied while the are con¬ incorporation newly synthesized receiving drug. patients sistent sodium was increased. the of with a tubular inhibition of plasma still From relationship specific primary proximal conclusion activities of...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1963 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
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10.1001/jama.1963.03700210130113
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Abstract

effect of this outside of the No the was below normal even the an agent kidney. synthesis though plasma suggesting in concentration elevated and in was noted 3 cholesterol remained although change maximum ability concentrating Data the of cholesterol into studied while the are con¬ incorporation newly synthesized receiving drug. patients sistent sodium was increased. the of with a tubular inhibition of plasma still From relationship specific primary proximal conclusion activities of cholesterol in and it is concluded this The evidence for this plasma liver, reabsorption by agent. is indirect a meta¬ that with to with cho¬ since during long-term study, despite a regard equilibration plasma, hepatic factors which effect lesterol is in at least two functional bolic regiment, numerous important present pools. the final of the be fol¬ urine cannot carefully composition lowed. II. Turnover of Antiserum of Plas- Hyperlipemia Nephrosis: N. ma Cholesterol\p=m-\H.S. Sodhi and Kalant Diet in Patient Effect of and Low Sodium a with High 12:414 1963 Metabolism (May) R. H. Familial Periodic K. Her- Paralysis\p=m-\M. McDowell, cholesterol into The fractional rate of transfer of plasma E. Davis man, and T. the liver after intravenous of labeled sera was injection Metabolism 12:388 1963 (May) in

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: May 25, 1963

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