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In a preliminary experiment, pigs fed a purified diet gained at the same rate as pigs fed a natural ingredient diet if the purified diet was formulated to provide 150% of the Na, K and Cl requirements. Subsequent experiments were designed to determine the interrelationships of dietary Na, K and Cl. Pigs were fed diets with Na (.03% to .60%), K (.1% to 1.0%)(More)
The differential performance on a line bisection and a cancellation task in near and far space was studied. A group of 10 patients with severe left-sided visuospatial neglect and a group of 10 right-brain damaged patients without neglect were examined. The stimuli were presented at a distance of 60 cm (near space) and 160 cm (far space), respectively, and(More)
OBJECTIVE Rheumatology is among the least compensated specialties in medicine today. This is a significant problem for clinical rheumatologists in academic medicine who are often expected to earn their salaries through clinical practice alone. Additionally, academic rheumatologists usually cannot generate revenue through office laboratory monitoring,(More)
The apparent retention and excretion of cations and anions were evaluated in 20 growing pigs to study the mechanisms by which an interaction between dietary K and Cl levels affected growth. All pigs maintained a positive retention of K+ and Cl- regardless of the dietary levels. The K x Cl interaction observed in growth studies previously but not in this(More)
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