TH. D. ULLMANN, M.D.; S. SCHORR, M.D.
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The clinical picture of dwarfism in children, with or without rickets, in combination with pathological states of the kidneys, has been observed and reported fairly frequently in the last decades, after it had been recognized as a clinical entity by Fletcher (1911).13 Descriptions and discussions of this condition are given in a number of monographs and textbooks on children's diseases,30, 32 bone diseases,40 kidney disorders,41 as well as in textbooks on pathology and clinical physiology. However, the condition is a rare one, and some of its principal features, especially with regard to its etiology, are not yet fully clarified.
ULLMANN TD, SCHORR S. RENAL DWARFISM WITH HYPERPARATHYROIDISM IN A CASE OF CONGENITAL FAMILIAL MALFORMATION OF THE KIDNEYS1. Ann Intern Med. ;29:715–730. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-29-4-715
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1948;29(4):715-730.
Endocrine and Metabolism, Nephrology, Parathyroid Disorders.
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