Glycosuria as a concomitant of Graves' disease may occur: 1. As alimentary glycosuria. 2. As spontaneous glycosuria. 3. As diabetic glycosuria.
Actuated by the occurrence of transitory glycosuria, especially of the alimentary type e saccharo, in 69 per cent. of his cases of Graves' disease, Chvostek1 considers glycosuria almost a symptom of the latter affection. A similar frequency of this association was also met with by Kraus and Ludwig,2 who occasioned glycosuria in 4 out of 6 instances of exophthalmic goiter. In the experience of other clinicians, however, alimentary glycosuria e saccharo is by no means so frequent a phenomenon in Graves' disease. Strauss3 found it in 3 out of 19 cases of the affection; Naunyn4 could produce it but in one of his numerous cases of Graves' disease at the Strassbourg clinic; among 8 cases of the malady out of a total of 10 which