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JAMA , Volume XXXV (1) – Jul 7, 1900

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1900 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
DOI
10.1001/jama.1900.02460270071023
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Abstract

albuminuria are most of intermittent at the Edmund frequent age rapid Barry, asst.-surgeon, from Fort te* acting Wadsworth Fort Slocum, . Y., to in recruits to San nourished individuals. The accompany Francisco, Cal.„ growth, especially poorly and return to his station. proper albuminuria on after rest usually appears rising prolonged Robert M. Blanchard, acting asst.-surgeon, from Batavia, Ohio,, in i. e., the descends and the of the to in the bed, when duty of kidney pressure Department California. II. Madison is All these morbid conditions Bowman, asting from Toledo. clothing are asst.-surgeon, again experienced. Ohio,, to duty in the of Department California. influenced best the from by protecting kidneys against pressure Louis and Brechemin, major ex¬ surgeon, U. S. ., sick-leave of and with without. the trusses tended. Massage kidneys kidney pads be avoided in Charles should E. Bruuhl, acting to· nephroptosis. asst.-surgeon, from Waco, Texas, Fla., and Tampa, thence to Havana, Cuba, for assignment. in Icterus. Bettmann.— Hemoglobinuria Edward and Splenomegalic C. Carter, major S. surgeon, U. ., member of an The at in the board D. observation to examining Washington, C. symptoms reported corresponded Robert P. Cooke, acting asst.-surgeon, from to· there Boyce, Va., infectious icterus," but

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Published: Jul 7, 1900

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