A Special Consideration of the So-Called "Pancreatic Reaction"

  title={A Special Consideration of the So-Called "Pancreatic Reaction"},
  author={Paul Haldane},
The clinical phenomena usually described in connection with disease of the pancreas, when taken in conjunction one with another, enable the physician to make a diagnosis of pancreatic disease. The variable occurrence of many of those data, however, even where well-marked pancreatic mischief is established, allows of no specific factor being associated with disease of that organ. Lately, a new aspect has been put upon the subject by the description by Dr. P. J. Cammidge of a specific urinary… CONTINUE READING