THE RENAL ACTIVITY IN PREGNANT AND PUERPERAL WOMEN AS REVEALED BY THE PHENOLSULPHONEPHTHALEIN TEST

F. C. GOLDSBOROUGH
1910 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
chief drawbacks which Earrison had encountered in his earlier work. The attempt was (hen made to cultivate tissues of chick embryos, The embryo of the chick offered the especial advantage of being procurable at any lime throughout the year, and provided Ihe oppor¬ tunity for making observations on a warm-blooded spe¬ cies. Moreover, Ihe tissues of the chicle embryos are nourished at an early period from an extra-cellular yolk through the means of a well-established vascular system.
doi:10.1001/jama.1910.04330240036010 fatcat:w76euxwzqncu7g4tnfdgb7rndq