FREDERIC C. BARTTER, M. D.; GRANT W. LIDDLE, M.D.; NORMAN H. BELL, M.D.; EUGENE BRAUNWALD, M.D.; T. F. HILBISH, M.D.; WILLIAM CORNELL, M.D.; MARTIN HICKLIN, M.D.
Dr. Frederic C. Bartter: For our first Clinical Pathological Conference we are presenting the case of a man who had serious disease of two systems, endocrine and cardiovascular. The pathophysiologic relationship between his two diseases, if any, is still not clear. We have asked Dr. Grant Liddle, formerly of our National Heart Institute, to discuss the endocrine disorder, and Dr. Eugene Braunwald, presently of the National Heart Institute, to discuss the cardiovascular disorder. Dr. Norman H. Bell will first present the case.
DR. NORMAN H. BELL: A 25 year old white married male shipping clerk was admitted for the first
BARTTER FC, LIDDLE GW, BELL NH, et al. PROBLEM IN DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS: CLINICAL PATHOLOGICAL CONFERENCE AT THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH1. Ann Intern Med. 1960;52:1289–1309. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-52-6-1289
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1960;52(6):1289-1309.
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