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This monograph of 717 pages presents the results of an investigation extending over a period of four years, the experimental portion of which was performed at the University of Oxford in the laboratory of Dr. J. G. Priestley. By glomerulo-puncture, but with refinements in micro-physical and micro-chemical methods, which are minutely described, the glomerular urine of frogs was made available for volumetric titration and comparison with the blood and with the bladder urine of the same animal. The author concludes that at present it is impossible to formulate more than a fragmentary explanation of how the urine is normally formed,
On the Principles of Renal Function.. Ann Intern Med. 1931;4:1613. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-4-12-1613_1
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