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The Edward D. Freis Papers

Title:
Evaluation of I131-Labelled Diodrast Renograms with Suggestions on Improving the Technic pdf (639,957 Bytes) ocr (16,614 Bytes)
Evaluation of I131-Labelled Diodrast Renograms with Suggestions on Improving the Technic
Description:
Diodrast (iodopyracet) was a contrasting agent used to track areas of activity in the kidneys. This study used Diodrast tagged with radioactive iodine given to subjects in a test dose prior to the regular dose, improving the accuracy of the technique. This article further demonstrates how kidney disease was assessed in the 1950s, including the cases resulting from hypertension.
Presented at the Regional Meeting of the American College of Physicians in Washington, DC, November 1, 1958.
Number of Image Pages:
6 (639,957 Bytes)
Date:
1959-06 (June 1959)
Creator:
Frohlich, Edward D.
Fedor, Frank J.
Leahy, William V. C.
Freis, Edward D.
Source:
Periodical: Frohlich, Edward D., Frank J. Fedor, William V. C. Leahy, and Edward D. Freis. "Evaluation of I131-Labelled Diodrast Renograms with Suggestions on Improving the Technic." The Medical Annals of the District of Columbia XXVIII, 6 (June 1959): 324-329. Article. 6 Images.
Publisher:
[Medical Society of the District of Columbia]
Rights:
This item is in the public domain. It may be used without permission.
Subject:
Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Hypertension
Kidney Diseases
Exhibit Category:
The Veterans Administration Hospital and Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1949-1964
Box Number: 7
Folder Number: 19
Unique Identifier:
XFBBFW
Document Type:
Articles
Language:
English
Format:
application/pdf
image/tif
Physical Condition:
Good
Series: Writings and Lectures, 1942-2002
SubSeries: Articles and Essays, 1942-2001
Folder: Ev - Ex, 1950-1972
Metadata Last Modified Date:
2007-04-18
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