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The patient, a young man, aged nineteen, four months previously had become entangled in a threshing machine.

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He submitted to some empirical treatment, having placed himself under the care of a quack, who gave him some drops, with some topical application.

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On the present occasion he did an exploratory operation to ascertain why there was such enormous distention. Atock, I am justified in considering the case to be one of diabetes Lecturer in Special Pathology, University College, a pancreatic extract containing all the products of the gland, the conclusion was arrived at, on physiological, pathological, and clinical grounds, that the disease was essential to carbohydrate metabolism, which we suppose to be an internal secretion of the gland. The hospital would also gain bv providing more extended facilities for carrying it on.

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Very professional job. Thanks again Dave

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