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A description of my instrument for obtaining the urine separately from the two kidneys was published first in the Journal of the American MedicalAssociation, Jan. 29, 1898, and again in Medicine in April, 1898. The object of the present paper is to present a few clinical facts obtained by the use of the instrument, which demonstate its advantages, applicability and reliability,
—Mrs. D., age 31 years, American, without particular hereditary tendency. Except for present trouble she has always been a strong, active, healthy woman. About four years ago she began to have pain in the lumbar region. The pain was dull and intermittent and increased by violent exercise such as dancing, driving or riding in the cars. The attacks of pain increased in frequency and severity and in a year or two the urine after exercise, particularly dancing, was very dark in color and there would be
HARRIS ML. CLINICAL RESULTS OBTAINED BY THE USE OF MY INSTRUMENT FOR COLLECTING THE URINE SEPARATELY FROM THE TWO KIDNEYS. JAMA. 1898;XXXI(8):405–407. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.92450080031001i
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