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UNITED KINGDOM the of 40 1922 and 105 ment lower than of normal between and were those children of 1935, age similar from the 1936 to 1945. birth 7% of the had born Only patients period weight. prematurely first of normal or normal I. 49% the these was strict- a above were dull During Q., periods dieting enforced with a be- and and 14% I. view to needed had an special schools, Q. ly keeping glycosuria low a certain level. After these below 70 and of educated. 1936 were precautions incapable being with the Other such social involved. were as status, were progressively relaxed, factors, patients being on a normal diet as The born came from as more long comparatively they prematurely commonly were free of Involvement of the the where environment the was glycosuria. kidneys families, poorer times in second than conducive to mental devel- was seven more the not or good frequent physical in the first Involvement of the retina environment a in was Undoubtedly part period. opment. played also more in the second Insulin Dr. Drillien stated that the frequent development. prema- period. and other insulin born with birth had the coma were more the lowest frequent turely http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

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JAMA , Volume 171 (7) – Oct 17, 1959

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Abstract

the of 40 1922 and 105 ment lower than of normal between and were those children of 1935, age similar from the 1936 to 1945. birth 7% of the had born Only patients period weight. prematurely first of normal or normal I. 49% the these was strict- a above were dull During Q., periods dieting enforced with a be- and and 14% I. view to needed had an special schools, Q. ly keeping glycosuria low a certain level. After these below 70 and of educated. 1936 were precautions incapable being with the...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1959 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.1959.73010250011019c
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Abstract

the of 40 1922 and 105 ment lower than of normal between and were those children of 1935, age similar from the 1936 to 1945. birth 7% of the had born Only patients period weight. prematurely first of normal or normal I. 49% the these was strict- a above were dull During Q., periods dieting enforced with a be- and and 14% I. view to needed had an special schools, Q. ly keeping glycosuria low a certain level. After these below 70 and of educated. 1936 were precautions incapable being with the Other such social involved. were as status, were progressively relaxed, factors, patients being on a normal diet as The born came from as more long comparatively they prematurely commonly were free of Involvement of the the where environment the was glycosuria. kidneys families, poorer times in second than conducive to mental devel- was seven more the not or good frequent physical in the first Involvement of the retina environment a in was Undoubtedly part period. opment. played also more in the second Insulin Dr. Drillien stated that the frequent development. prema- period. and other insulin born with birth had the coma were more the lowest frequent turely

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Published: Oct 17, 1959

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