1922 Journal of the American Medical Association  
However, it will be of interest to compare two cases in this report. Case 19 (Tables 1 and 3), a man of 58 years, under observation for one month for a chronic tubular nephritis, became uremie and died. His phenolsulphonephthalein output never went above 22 per cent. ; the highest blood retention was : urea nitro¬ gen, 115.3; uric acid, 5.5; creatinin, 3.6; and sugar 100; the highest blood pressure was: systolic, 150; diastolic 90, yet the only ocular change was a mild retinal vascular
more » ... l vascular sclerosis. Case 64 (Tables 1 and 5), on the other hand, showed an albuminurie neuroretinitis in the exudative stage, yet had absolutely no blood retention, and a phenolsulphonephthalein output of 39 per cent. CONCLUSIONS grad and Moscow relapsing lever is increasing markedly,
doi:10.1001/jama.1922.02640750020009 fatcat:kt2pkcuoerhbbdn2vfi5iibk2u