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"RENAL FAILURE CASTS"

"RENAL FAILURE CASTS" To the Editor: —Dr. Addis does a service by taking advantage of his extremely interesting observations on casts to point out the apparent lack of interest in morphology, as contrasted with function (The Journal, April 4). As a matter of fact, however, these broad types of casts have been discussed on rare occasions, although never in such a vivid concrete way as has Dr. Addis. Professor von Jaksch first called my attention to them many years ago, and no student of his was ever allowed to miss seeing them. I am also under a distinct impression that they have been referred to in works by Quensel, Oertel and Senator. In a paper which Dr. Addis could not reasonably be expected to have come across in his survey of the literature, mention of the existence of such casts was made with the mere statement that their presence suggested some distention of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

"RENAL FAILURE CASTS"

JAMA , Volume 84 (16) – Apr 18, 1925

"RENAL FAILURE CASTS"

Abstract



To the Editor:
—Dr. Addis does a service by taking advantage of his extremely interesting observations on casts to point out the apparent lack of interest in morphology, as contrasted with function (The Journal, April 4). As a matter of fact, however, these broad types of casts have been discussed on rare occasions, although never in such a vivid concrete way as has Dr. Addis.
Professor von Jaksch first called my attention to them many years ago,...
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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1925 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
eISSN
1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1925.02660420071024
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Abstract

To the Editor: —Dr. Addis does a service by taking advantage of his extremely interesting observations on casts to point out the apparent lack of interest in morphology, as contrasted with function (The Journal, April 4). As a matter of fact, however, these broad types of casts have been discussed on rare occasions, although never in such a vivid concrete way as has Dr. Addis. Professor von Jaksch first called my attention to them many years ago, and no student of his was ever allowed to miss seeing them. I am also under a distinct impression that they have been referred to in works by Quensel, Oertel and Senator. In a paper which Dr. Addis could not reasonably be expected to have come across in his survey of the literature, mention of the existence of such casts was made with the mere statement that their presence suggested some distention of

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Apr 18, 1925

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