Diabetes: its pathological physiology
Macleod, J. J. R. (John James Rickard), 1876-1935
xii, 224,  p. ( p. at end advertisements) : ill. ; 22 x 14 cm.
The book is part of a series called International Medical Monographs edited by Leonard Hill and William Bulloch. In the author's preface J. J. R. Macleod states: 'No attempt is made to review the whole field of diabetes. On the contrary, attention has been given only to those investigations that have a more or less direct bearing on the nature of the abnormal condition or conditions in the animal body that are the cause of the disease.'
The sugar of normal urine. - The sugar of the blood. - The nerve control of the sugar content of the blood. - The relationship of the ductless glands to sugar metabolism. - The glycogenic function of the liver. - The glycogenic function of the liver (continued). - The probable cause of hyperglycaemia in various forms of experimental diabetes. - Assimilation limit of sugars. - The diagnosis and treatment of incipient diabetes in man. - Glyconeogenesis.
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