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A NEW GRAPHIC URINE CHARTFOR THE URINE FINDINGS IN DIABETES MELLITUS.

FRANK SMITHIES, M.D.
JAMA. 1907;XLVIII(20):1677. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.25220460033004f.
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[From the Medical Clinic of the University Hospital.]  The chart here reproduced was designed (1) to facilitate the keeping of a concise record of the urine findings in diabetes mellitus; (2) to show the effects of treatment, by diet and medication, on the amount and character of the urine; (3) to show by curves the relation of the various urine findings to each other, and (4) to enable students to better appreciate the progress of the disease in respect to the urine and to perceive the modifying factors more readily.The chart has been made as simple as possible for the number of facts it embraces. A glance will show the general arrangement. It is printed on millimeter ruled paper. The sheets are of convenient size for filing in patients' histories. Appropriate headings permit the sheets to follow the course of the disease in a given patient over an extended

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