IRWIN SCHULZ, M.D.
The rôle of inorganic chemical compounds in the physiologic processes of man remains elusive. This paper is the report of studies on the significance of inorganic compounds of phosphorus as related, especially, to the urinary excretion in the normal person and in patients with renal injury. The effect of oral and intravenous administration of phosphatic compounds on the level of phosphorus in the blood and on the amount of urinary phosphorus excreted is studied in normal subjects and in patients with nephritis. An understanding of how frequently phosphorus is involved in almost all physiologic processes can be gathered from the
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SCHULZ I. Phosphorus In The Blood And Urine: A Study Of The Excretion And Retention Of Phosphorus In A Normal Subject And In Patients With Renal Disease(Phosphorus In The Blood And Urine: A Study Of The Excretion And Retention Of Phosphorus In A Normal Subject And In Patients With Renal Disease*). Ann Intern Med. 1930;3:667–689. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-3-7-667
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1930;3(7):667-689.
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