Jan Erik Heller

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We studied 44 patients with calcium urolithiasis on high (900 mg. daily) and low (400 mg. daily) calcium diets. With 24-hour urinary data, we categorized the patients as normocalciuric or hypercalciuric and subdivided the hypercalciuric patients into absorptive and renal types. Abbreviated tests, including the 2-hour fasting urinary calcium-to-creatinine(More)
Dramatic progress in the understanding and treatment of erectile impotence has occurred over the past decade. Most cases have an organic cause that is related to vascular (arterial or venous) supply, innervation, or the hormonal milieu of the penis. Multifactorial causes of organic impotence are common and include diabetes mellitus, alcoholism, renal(More)
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