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Die Klinik des Diabetes mellitus im Kindesalter [Diabetes Mellitus in Childhood].

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By Privatdozent FREISE F.Dr. , JAHR J. M.Dr. . . (Reprinted from Abhandlungen aus der Kinderheilkunde und ihren Grenzgebieten. , (Heft 30) .) 57 pages, several text figures and two folding tables. S. Karger; , Karlstrasse 39, Berlin, Germany: . 1932.. Price in paper, M. 4.80.

Ann Intern Med. 1932;6(4):590. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-6-4-590_2
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As the title states this monograph treats of the clinical aspects of juvenile diabetes mellitus. About 20 pages are devoted to the metabolism of the diabetic, the significance of protein, fat and carbohydrate for the diabetic organism, and the action of insulin. Further sections deal with the practical application of these principles in diagnosis, with consideration of hereditary and constitutional etiological factors, and with management. Under the latter heading the procedures indicated in the presence of infection and in those cases seen in coma or in a state of hypoglycemia are described. Discussion of the results to be expected from


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