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Review of Czechoslovak Medicine, Prague

Review of Czechoslovak Medicine, Prague confined alkaline subnormal diabetics in the sense of a lesion that is to high in 56%, and tubular phosphotase two diabetics alone. there were characteristics of in of all However, reabsorption phosphorus 50% patients. Hyper- constant of the arterial disease in diabetics that calcemia was the and most symptom of appear impor¬ leading to tant: the obstructive disease tends more (1) spread hyperparathyroidism. in to involve the metatarsal distally and, particular, diabetic arteries are more to de¬ Latex-Histamine Reaction in Ro- the prone arteries; (2) Pneumophthisiology—C. and the difference is partz et al de F-76- medial calcification, most (Faculte Medicine, Hotel-Dieu, velop at When noticeable the metatarsal level. advanced, Rouen, France) artery flow. medial calcification almost influences blood certainly Presse Med 75:17-19 (Jan 7) 1967 latex-histamine is low nil Usually Seroagglutination or in with acute in certain pa¬ patients allergy, especially Med Res NY Garden Engineering, City, tients with asthma. A of 768 group chest-hospital patients to were submitted latex-histamine determinations. More than of with tubercu¬ With Automated of 50% patients bronchitis, pulmonary Experience Monitoring Physiologic M. De- and with other had low histamine Functions—J. M. J. J. and I. losis, pneumopathies Miller, Peters, titers. close to of with http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Review of Czechoslovak Medicine, Prague

JAMA , Volume 199 (8) – Feb 20, 1967

Review of Czechoslovak Medicine, Prague

Abstract

confined alkaline subnormal diabetics in the sense of a lesion that is to high in 56%, and tubular phosphotase two diabetics alone. there were characteristics of in of all However, reabsorption phosphorus 50% patients. Hyper- constant of the arterial disease in diabetics that calcemia was the and most symptom of appear impor¬ leading to tant: the obstructive disease tends more (1) spread hyperparathyroidism. in to involve the metatarsal distally and, particular, diabetic arteries are more...
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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.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
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10.1001/jama.1967.03120080174073
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Abstract

confined alkaline subnormal diabetics in the sense of a lesion that is to high in 56%, and tubular phosphotase two diabetics alone. there were characteristics of in of all However, reabsorption phosphorus 50% patients. Hyper- constant of the arterial disease in diabetics that calcemia was the and most symptom of appear impor¬ leading to tant: the obstructive disease tends more (1) spread hyperparathyroidism. in to involve the metatarsal distally and, particular, diabetic arteries are more to de¬ Latex-Histamine Reaction in Ro- the prone arteries; (2) Pneumophthisiology—C. and the difference is partz et al de F-76- medial calcification, most (Faculte Medicine, Hotel-Dieu, velop at When noticeable the metatarsal level. advanced, Rouen, France) artery flow. medial calcification almost influences blood certainly Presse Med 75:17-19 (Jan 7) 1967 latex-histamine is low nil Usually Seroagglutination or in with acute in certain pa¬ patients allergy, especially Med Res NY Garden Engineering, City, tients with asthma. A of 768 group chest-hospital patients to were submitted latex-histamine determinations. More than of with tubercu¬ With Automated of 50% patients bronchitis, pulmonary Experience Monitoring Physiologic M. De- and with other had low histamine Functions—J. M. J. J. and I. losis, pneumopathies Miller, Peters, titers. close to of with

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Feb 20, 1967

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