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Hyperuricemia in primary and renal hypertension.
AN increased incidence of hyperuricemia in patients with primary hypertension has been cited in several reports.1 2 3 The present investigation of the population of the Hypertension-Nephritis ClinicExpand
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The effect of chlorothiazide on renal excretion of electrolytes and free water.
Abstract Chlorothiazide was given intravenously to a group of normal human subjects and to one patient with diabetes insipidus, and its effects on renal function were compared with those ofExpand
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The systemic lesions of malignant rheumatoid arthritis.
Abstract The case histories of two patients with severe prolonged rheumatoid arthritis complicated clinically by pericarditis and pleurisy are presented. These patients received long-term cortisoneExpand
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Effect of chlorothiazide on electrolyte transport in man; its use in the treatment of edema of congestive heart failure, nephrosis, and cirrhosis.
Thirty-two hospital patients in advanced states of fluid retention from heart failure, cirrhosis, and nephrosis were given a new sulfonamide compound, chlorothiazide, to induce diuresis.Expand
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A clinical study of the effects of hydrochlorothiazide on the renal excretion of electrolytes and free water.
HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE (6-chloro-7-sulfamyl-3,4,dihydro-l,2,4, benzothiadiazine-1,1,-dioxide) is the 3,4,dihydro derivative of chlorothiazide wherein the 3,4 double bond is saturated by two hydrogenExpand
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Systemic disease and the carpal tunnel syndrome.
Median nerve compression in the volar carpal tunnel (the carpal tunnel syndrome) has been recognized as an effect of trauma 1 and has been ascribed in two reports 2 to the tenosynovitis of rheumatoidExpand
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Pathological fractures in patients with rheumatoid arthritis treated with cortison.
During treatment with cortisone or corticotropin (ACTH) of patients with rheumatoid arthritis, most of the clinical features that have been described in Cushing's syndrome have been encountered, andExpand
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Effect of Ethacrynic Acid on Calcium and Magnesium Excretion.∗
Summary Ethacrynic acid produced an increase in calcium and magnesium excretion. This effect was proportional to the degree of natriuresis. Meralluride and chlorothiazide produced less natriuresisExpand
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Comparative effects of prednisone and cortisone.
Prednisone (Meticorten) was introduced in November, 1954, as an effective antirheumatic medication. 1 In animals, it was found to produce involution of the thymus, eosinopenia, and glycogenExpand
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Effect of chlorothiazide on the renal excretion of uric acid
C HLOROTHIAZIDE influences the renal transport mechanisms involved in reabsorption of electrolyte and excretion of free water apparently through its action on both the proximal and distal segments ofExpand
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