C. N. H. LONG, M.D., D.SC.
Last year it was my privilege to address the College upon the subject of carbohydrate metabolism and the implications that recent work in this field had upon our knowledge of diabetes mellitus.
Since this address appeared to meet with a certain measure of approval from you, I have ventured this evening to speak again upon certain pieces of work that to my mind are significant to those of us whose interest is concerned with the so-called diseases of metabolism.
It appears to me that it is becoming more and more apparent that the clinical condition that follows hypo- or hyperfunction
LONG CNH. DISTURBANCES OF THE ENDOCRINE BALANCE AND THEIR RELATION TO DISEASES OF METABOLISM1. Ann Intern Med. 1936;9:1619–1627. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-9-12-1619
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