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Thromboembolism in Patients Receiving Progestational Drugs

Thromboembolism in Patients Receiving Progestational Drugs the of The excretion of lactate tolerance test. Of had diabetes presence glycosuria. urinary these, only 34 mellitus, was in is with both It that patients whereas 189 had either renal high groups. suggested subjects glycosuria or a lag renal have tubular defect which lactate curve. It a glycosuria a affects is shown that blood estimation single sugar as well or as glucose. (Folin and of 130 ml two hours Wu) mg/100 more, after 50 load would have detected 97% of the gm glucose Fixation as a Treatment H. for Nonunion\p=m-\J. Hicks Rigid diabetics and avoided the need for tolerance many glucose Lancet 2:272 1963 (Aug 10) tests. This criterion is recommended as reliable single a or fixation alone and without bone com¬ test Rigid graft, in screening population surveys. or or is shown be followed pression, excision, drilling to by definable nonunion. of one of Twelve successes healing type of thirteen cases are Union without New out reported. proceeds of Boston England Journal Medicine, additional external the clear zone at the nonunion callus, site on the and later the texture gradually taking density Studies on Intermittent Corticosteroid Regimen\p=m-\ Dosage of normal bone. G. and J. Harter, W. Reddy, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Thromboembolism in Patients Receiving Progestational Drugs

JAMA , Volume 186 (3) – Oct 19, 1963

Thromboembolism in Patients Receiving Progestational Drugs

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the of The excretion of lactate tolerance test. Of had diabetes presence glycosuria. urinary these, only 34 mellitus, was in is with both It that patients whereas 189 had either renal high groups. suggested subjects glycosuria or a lag renal have tubular defect which lactate curve. It a glycosuria a affects is shown that blood estimation single sugar as well or as glucose. (Folin and of 130 ml two hours Wu) mg/100 more, after 50 load would have detected 97% of the gm glucose Fixation as a...
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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.1963.03710030147125
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Abstract

the of The excretion of lactate tolerance test. Of had diabetes presence glycosuria. urinary these, only 34 mellitus, was in is with both It that patients whereas 189 had either renal high groups. suggested subjects glycosuria or a lag renal have tubular defect which lactate curve. It a glycosuria a affects is shown that blood estimation single sugar as well or as glucose. (Folin and of 130 ml two hours Wu) mg/100 more, after 50 load would have detected 97% of the gm glucose Fixation as a Treatment H. for Nonunion\p=m-\J. Hicks Rigid diabetics and avoided the need for tolerance many glucose Lancet 2:272 1963 (Aug 10) tests. This criterion is recommended as reliable single a or fixation alone and without bone com¬ test Rigid graft, in screening population surveys. or or is shown be followed pression, excision, drilling to by definable nonunion. of one of Twelve successes healing type of thirteen cases are Union without New out reported. proceeds of Boston England Journal Medicine, additional external the clear zone at the nonunion callus, site on the and later the texture gradually taking density Studies on Intermittent Corticosteroid Regimen\p=m-\ Dosage of normal bone. G. and J. Harter, W. Reddy,

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Published: Oct 19, 1963

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