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" The course is the common one, namely, the kidneys and bladder; for the patients never stop making water, but the flow is incessant, as if from the opening of aqueducts. "
This Can't Happen To Me!: Tackling Type 2 diabetes - Page 44
by Tim Bowden - 2004 - 207 pages
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Diabetes Mellitus: Its History, Chemistry, Anatomy, Pathology, Physiology ...

William Morgan (M.D.) - Diabetes - 1877 - 184 pages
...into urine. The course is the common one, namely, the kidneys and bladder; for the patient never stops making water, but the flow is incessant, as if from...aqueducts. The nature of the disease, then, is chronic, and it takes a long period to form ; but the patient is short-lived if the constitution of the disease...
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Diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder: A Text-book for Students of Medicine

William Fletcher McNutt - Bladder - 1892 - 240 pages
...affection, not very frequent among men, being a melting down of the flesh and limbs into urine : . . . the patients never stop making water, but the flow...is incessant as if from the opening of aqueducts." Galen also makes mention of the disease. Little or no advance was made in the knowledge of the disease...
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A Short History of Medicine

Erwin H. Ackerknecht - Medical - 1982 - 277 pages
...flesh and limbs into urine. Its cause is of a cold and humid nature, as in dropsy. The course is the common one, namely, the kidneys and bladder; for the...but the flow is incessant, as if from the opening aqueducts. The nature of the disease, then, is chronic, and it takes a long period to form; but the...
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Human Insulin: Clinical Pharmacological Studies in Normal Man

D.R. Owens - Medical - 1986 - 312 pages
...wonderful affection, not very frequent among men, being a melting down of the flesh and limbs into urine. The patients never stop making water, but the flow is incessant, as if the opening of aqueducts. Life is short, disgusting and painful; thirst unquenchable; excessive drinking,...
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The History of Clinical Endocrinology: A Comprehensive Account of ...

V.C. Medvei - Medical - 1993 - 576 pages
...wonderful affection, not very frequent among men, being a melting down of the flesh and limbs into urine. The patients never stop making water, but the flow is incessant, as if the opening of aqueducts. Life is short, disgusting and painful; thirst unquenchable excessive drinking,...
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Clinical Diabetes Mellitus: A Problem-oriented Approach

John K. Davidson - Medical - 2000 - 970 pages
...flesh and limbs into urine. Its cause is of a cold and humid nature, as is dropsy. The course is the common one, namely, the kidneys and bladder for the...aqueducts. The nature of the disease, then, is chronic, and it takes a long period to form, but the patient is short-lived, if the constitution of the disease...
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Joslin's Diabetes Mellitus: Edited by C. Ronald Kahn ... [et Al.].

Elliott Proctor Joslin, C. Ronald Kahn - Medical - 2005 - 1209 pages
...of a cold and humid nature, as in dropsy. The course is the common one, namely, the kidneys and the bladder; for the patients never stop making water,...aqueducts. The nature of the disease then, is chronic, and it takes a long period to form: but the patient is short-lived, if the constitution of the disease...
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Diabetes in Women: Adolescence, Pregnancy, and Menopause

E. Albert Reece, Donald R. Coustan, Steven G. Gabbe - Medical - 2004 - 492 pages
...melting down of the flesh and limbs into urine. Its cause is of a cold and humid nature as in dropsy, for the patients never stop making water, but the...the opening of aqueducts. The nature of the disease is chronic, but the patient is short lived, for the illness is rapid and the death speedy. Moreover,...
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Medicine in Quotations: Views of Health and Disease Through the Ages

Edward J. Huth, T. J. Murray - Medical - 2006 - 581 pages
...affection, not very frequent among men, being a melting down of the flesh and limbs into urine.... The patients never stop making water, but the flow is incessant, as if from the opening of acqueducts. The nature of the disease, then, is chronic, and it takes a long period to form; but the...
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The Foundations of Primary Care: Daring to be Different

Joachim P. Sturmberg, Carmel M. Martin - Medical - 2007 - 217 pages
...of a cold and humid nature, as in dropsy. The course is the common one, namely, the kidneys and the bladder; for the patients never stop making water,...aqueducts. The nature of the disease, then, is chronic, and it takes a long period to form; but the patient is short-lived, if the constitution of the disease...
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