JESSE L. BOLLMAN, M.D.; FRANK C. MANN, M.D.
In the course of our studies of hepatic function in the experimental animal many of our observations have appeared to be of clinical interest. While direct transposition of experimental data to clinical practice is unwise, anyone would agree that differences attributable to species are minor points compared to the major problems of hepatic disease, and that such differences will find simple explanation with complete understanding of the physiology and the pathology of the liver. It will not be necessary to call attention to the many similarities that appear in animals with experimentally produced lesions of the liver and in human
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BOLLMAN JL, MANN FC. ALTERATIONS IN HEPATIC FUNCTION PRODUCED BY EXPERIMENTAL HEPATIC LESIONS(ALTERATIONS IN HEPATIC FUNCTION PRODUCED BY EXPERIMENTAL HEPATIC LESIONS*). Ann Intern Med. 1935;9:617–624. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-9-5-617
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1935;9(5):617-624.
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