THE CLINICAL VALUE OF AMBARD'S COEFFICIENT OF UREA EXCRETION

D. SCLATER LEWIS
1917 Archives of Internal Medicine  
In the study of any metabolic process account has to be taken of the excretion of waste products, the food intake, and also the various changes which this food undergoes in the body before the end-products are ready for excretion. The last constitutes the intermediary metabolism, of which our knowledge is still very imperfect. If any one of 6. Lamy and Mayer : Jour. de physiol. et de pathol. g\l=e'\n.
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