EDWARD G. THORP, M.D.; E. G. WAKEFIELD, M.D.
After rather completely reviewing the extensive literature of the last twenty years on orthostatic albuminuria, it is apparent that many clinical impressions have been accepted as fact without proper critical study. Few authors have presented sufficient data on carefully studied series of cases to lend weight to their conclusions.
In an effort to obtain some accurate information about orthostatic albuminuria, its effect on the patient's health, the relation it bears to glomerulonephritis, the type of patient affected, and if possible its etiology, the records of 185 patients seen at The Mayo Clinic over a period of approximately ten years were
EDWARD G. THORP, E. G. WAKEFIELD. Orthostatic Albuminuria: A Comparison with Other Types of Albuminuria(A Comparison with Other Types of Albuminuria*†)(A Comparison with Other Types of Albuminuria*†). Ann Intern Med. 1933;6:1565–1578. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-6-12-1565
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1933;6(12):1565-1578.
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