Y. K. STARCHESKA

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Renal insufficiency is regularly accompanied by an increase of the total catecholamines of the blood. Adrenolytic drugs, which inactivate circulating catecholamines, temporarily improve the abnormal S-T segments and T waves in patients with renal insufficiency but not in hypertensive patients without renal complications. It is suggested that in renal(More)
Renal insufficiency is regularly accompanied by an increase of the total catecholamines of the blood. Adrenolytic drugs, which inactivate circulating catecholamines, temporarily improve the abnormal S-T segments and T waves in patients with renal insufficiency but not in hypertensive patients without renal complications. It is suggested that in renal(More)
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