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FAILURE OF AUTOMATIC CONTROL OF VENTILATION (ONDINE'S CURSE): REPORT OF AN INFANT BORN WITH THIS SYNDROME AND REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
A GENETIC STUDY OF FAMILIAL HYPOPHOSPHATEMIA AND VITAMIN D RESISTANT RICKETS WITH A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
Quantitative displacement of acid-base equilibrium in metabolic acidosis.
Excerpt Metabolic acidosis is commonly encountered in a variety of disorders, all of which are characterized either by the gain of strong acid or by loss of bicarbonate from the extracellular fluid...
A model for the in vivo CO2 equilibration curve.
Defect in the renal tubular reabsorption of water associated with potassium depletion in rats.
- W. Hollander, R. W. Winters, T. F. Williams, J. Bradley, J. Oliver, L. Welt
- Chemistry, Medicine
- The American journal of physiology
- 1 June 1957
The effect of graded degrees of K depletion on the ability to produce a concentrated urine was studied in Sprague-Dawley rats. With increasing degrees of K depletion, as measured by the concentration… Expand
The normal range of serum inorganic phosphorus and its utility as a discriminant in the diagnosis of congenital hypophosphatemia.
- B. Greenberg, R. W. Winters, J. B. Graham
- The Journal of clinical endocrinology and…
- 1 March 1960
ABSTRACT The range of serum inorganic phosphorus was determined (Fiske and SubbaRow method) on a normal population of 908 persons. This was accomplished by fitting complex curvilinear functions of… Expand
Balance of net acid: concept, measurement and applications.
Effect of cooking methods on retention of vitamins and minerals in vegetables.
JUXTAGLOMERULAR CELL HYPERPLASIA AND SECONDARY HYPERALDOSTERONISM (BARTTER'S SYNDROME): A REEVALUATION OF THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
THE RENAL LESIONS OF ELECTROLYTE IMBALANCE I. THE STRUCTURAL ALTERATIONS IN POTASSIUM-DEPLETED RATS
Renal tubular lesions during the early phases of progressive potassium depletion in rats were found in nephrons isolated by microdissection in two locations, the collecting tubules and the proximal… Expand