John F. Scholer

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We measured the changing concentrations in the arterial blood of a labeled substance that had been placed in the stomach or the small intestine. From these data a curve of the rate of appearance in the blood was obtained. Secondly, we determined the rate at which the same material disappeared from the blood when it was injected into the blood stream(More)
Twenty patients, five males and fifteen females, who had rubella arthritis were observed for periods ranging from one to ten years after recovery. Rubella arthritis in these patients was characterized by polyarthritis associated with fibrositis, myalgia, paresthesias and muscular weakness. All of the male patients but only one-third of the females had(More)