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The renal functional reserve in health and renal disease in school age children.
The capacity to increase the glomerular filtration rate (GFR) in response to stimuli is a characteristic of the healthy kidney. To establish normal limits of this functional reserve is of clinicalExpand
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Glucose tolerance in chronic alcoholics after alcohol withdrawal: effect of accompanying diet.
The effect of alcoholism or acute alcohol ingestion on carbohydrate metabolism is not clear. The metabolic features of alcoholics cannot be easily achieved in normal men submitted to investigationsExpand
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Effects of very low doses of atropine on basal acid and pepsin secretion, gastrin, and heart rate in normals and DU
Muscarnnic mechanisms in basal acid and pepsin secretion in man were quantitated by graded intravenous doses of atropine (1–16 μg/kg). Secretion was dose-responsively inhibited in six healthyExpand
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Inhibition of Basal Acid, Chloride, and Pepsin Secretion in Duodenal Ulcer by Graded Doses of Ranitidine and Atropine with Studies of Pharmacokinetics of Ranitidine
Abstract Two receptor-specific inhibitors of gastric secreTion—the new H 2 antagonist, ranitidine, and the muscarinic antagonist, atropine—were used to study basal hypersecretion in duodenal ulcers.Expand
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Histamine receptors in the guinea pig ileum
SummaryHistamine and some related compounds acting selectively on H2-or H1-receptors were tested for their ability to contract the guinea pig ileum, in the usual whole ileum preparation and in theExpand
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In vitro effects of histamine on human pregnant myometrium contractility.
The effects of histamine on pregnant human myometrium was examined by means of an in vitro technique. Samples of myometrium were taken from women delivered by elective caesarean section at variousExpand
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Energy balance studies with growing Granadina goats during fasting and maintenance
Abstract Six growing female goats of the Granadina breed, aged 6 months, with weights ranging from 13.1 to 21.9 kg were used. Digestibility, nitrogen and energy balance measurements were made duringExpand
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Bombesin and G-17 dose responses in duodenal ulcer and controls
Gastric acid and pepsin secretion and serum gastrin concentrations were measured in nine patients with uncomplicated duodenal ulcer (DU) and 10 normal controls in the fasting state and in response toExpand
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