Michael J Kellen

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Postoperative acute renal insufficiency is a discouraging complication with a mortality rate that remains persistently high, despite improved techniques of dialysis and advances in the perioperative management of hemodynamic, metabolic, and infective complications. A complete understanding of the role of renal hemodynamics in the pathophysiology of acute(More)
Studies of self-induced vomiting of retarded persons have found that the rate of eating and the amount eaten alter this problem. The present study attempted to determine whether this same relation was exhibited by the nonretarded bulimic. A nonretarded bulimic woman provided her subjective ratings of her desire to vomit after eating her taboo foods at a(More)
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