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SURGERY 291 of urine when the patient was on a diet poor in salt and nitrogen, with polyuria when the usual mixed diet was given. Otherwise there was no diminution in the ability of the kidneys to secrete nitrogen, sodium chloride and water, but for substances foreign to the body (milksugar, potassium iodide and phenolsulphonephthalein) there was a moderate delay in excretion. The finding of traces of albumin in the urine without morphological elements was constant. There was a moderatedoi:10.1097/00000441-191508000-00040 fatcat:qr7cn3mmxbf4jgj3agdt563ggu