Metabolic control of kidney hemodynamics in normal and insulin-dependent diabetic subjects. Effects of acetoacetic, lactic, and acetic acids.

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Diabetes mellitus is associated with important changes in renal hemodynamics. The purpose of this study was to determine whether an increase in blood concentration patterns of ketone bodies and lactic acid, organic acids often elevated in poorly controlled insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM), could contribute to increase glomerular filtration rate… (More)

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@article{Trevisan1987MetabolicCO, title={Metabolic control of kidney hemodynamics in normal and insulin-dependent diabetic subjects. Effects of acetoacetic, lactic, and acetic acids.}, author={Roberto Trevisan and Romano Nosadini and Paola Fioretto and Mario Velussi and Angelo Avogaro and Elena Duner and Elisabete Iori and Alessandro Doria and Carlo Merkel and Alexsandra Val{\'e}rio}, journal={Diabetes}, year={1987}, volume={36 9}, pages={1073-81} }