Uraemia in affections of the liver by Whitla, William Sir.

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  • Liver -- Diseases.,
  • Uremia.

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Statementby W. Whitla.
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Pagination10 p. ;
Number of Pages10
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KIDNEY DISEASES. (For the anatomy of the kidneys, see Urinary System.)The results of morbid processes in the kidney may be grouped under three heads: the actual lesions produced, the effects of these on the composition of the urine, and the effects of the kidney-lesion on the body at large.

Affections of the kidney are congenital or acquired. The liver is one of the major fat burning organs in the body, and is often referred to as a "fat pumping" organ.

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