Harriet Nash

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The aims of treatment of diabetes insipidus are replacement therapy with a vasopressin preparation, ancillary use of chlorpropamide or thiazide diuretics in some cases, and eradication of the underlying cause of the condition where appropriate. Replacement therapy only will be considered in this communication. This poses several problems. Pitressin snuff(More)
A case of concomitant cyclical neutropaenia and IgA nephropathy, a previously undescribed combination is reported. The patient has recurrent aphthous ulceration, and haematuria occurs with these episodes. The diagnosis of cyclical neutropaenia was based on the clinical features and serial peripheral blood studies, and a renal biopsy studied by light,(More)
  • Harriet Nash
  • Australian and New Zealand journal of medicine
  • 1979
Growth hormone (hGH) responsiveness to exercise and somatomedin C (SmC) activity were measured in ten children with insulin-deficient diabetes mellitus. Four of the ten children showed a significant degree of growth retardation. Normal SmC activity was found in association with elevated hGH levels. The hypothesis that growth-retarded diabetics have a(More)