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THE SURGICAL TREATMENT OF POSTOPERATIVE PALATE DEFECTS
Journal of the American Medical Association
tremor, chill, increased blood-pressure and glycosuria. This patient was also pilocarpin-sensitive. Atropin had no therapeutic effect on the attack. Patients with exophthalmic goiter follow the clinical classification described in the outline, and a very interesting fact was noted in these cases. The region most affected, the eye, heart, etc., was more sensitive pharmacodynamically than were others not so impli¬ cated. When tachycardia was marked, epinephrin caused greater relative increase ofdoi:10.1001/jama.1914.02560450021006 fatcat:c3e6lzznlzhblkazgrsluytbyy