KAYE H. KILBURN; HAROLD BROWN
During the course of treatment of a patient with reticulum cell sarcoma, a reversible syndrome consisting of anasarca and hypoproteinemia but without proteinuria was observed. Because this syndrome has not been reported previously in subjects with reticulum cell sarcoma, it is thought that the results of studies of liver and kidney function and the postmortem finding in this case merit a brief report.
A 31 year old milk route salesman entered the Salt Lake Veterans Administration Hospital on June 6, 1955, because of subcutaneous nodules of three months' duration. He had been in good health until December,
KAYE H. KILBURN, HAROLD BROWN. ANASARCA AND HYPOPROTEINEMIA IN RETICULUM CELL SARCOMA(ANASARCA AND HYPOPROTEINEMIA IN RETICULUM CELL SARCOMA*). Ann Intern Med. 1958;49:1257–1266. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-49-5-1257
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1958;49(5):1257-1266.
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