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Ueber die Veränderungen der Niere beim Insulinbehandelten Coma Diabeticum mit Ausgang in Urämie.

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By KRAUS E. J., SELYE H..  (Klin. Wochenschr.. , August26 , 1928.).

Ann Intern Med. 1929;2(7):693-694. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-2-7-693_3
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In an article entitled "Coma diabeticum and Insulin," Th. Weiss has during the last year reported on 38 cases of diabetes mellitus, which partly in the precoma and partly in fully developed coma, had been treated with insulin. Among the cases which died in spite of the insulin treatment were three that after the recovery from the coma developed on the 2nd or 3rd day oliguria and anuria, with increase of blood pressure and nitrogen, with a lowering of the general condition, followed a few days later by death in deep coma, differing from coma diabeticum, chiefly in the manner




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