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Uterus retroflexed and retro-
verted.




Absent.




Slight.


Heavy.


+


+


Nausea.


Pale.


Emaciated.


It


Good.


it


a


tt


a


Slight epitrochlear
enlargement.




Pulmonary tuberculosis later de-
veloped.






Headaches.




a




Colic; nau-
sea; vom-
iting.


Flushed.


Poor.


it


Caries; pyor-
rhea.


a




Bronchial rales
at apices.


tt


Normal.


Absent.


80


Hemoptysis once; persistent
bronchitis, clearing up on
treatment; tuberculosis never
demonstrated.


1st 3








i(


+


+


Nausea.


Pale.


Emaciated.


it


Caries.


it


ti


Normal.


ti


a


ti


85


Dangerous weakness and acidosis
at admission.




Stopped.


Head, thorax,
and abdo-
men.


Beginning.


a


+


+


vomiting.


Cyanotic.


Obese.


it


All missing.


it


Mitral regurgi-
tation.


Congested from
heart failure.


Edge felt 2 cm.
below umbilicus.




it




Orthopnea, hemoptysis, and all
signs of heart failure.




Normal.


Neuritic in
back and
legs.


Present, not
due to dia-
betes.


Slight.






Good.


ic


" Caries; pyor- Hypertrophied. Normal.
rhea.

Digitized by Microsoft®


Slight emphy-
sema.


Normal.


a


Normal.


1.S0


Chronic bronchitis; hemoptysis
three times; varicose veins and
eczema on legs



General data.


Family history.










Past history.














1


Sex.
F.


Nationality or
race.


Age.


Occupation.


Diabetes.


Obesity.


Tuberculosis.


Other disorders.


Infections and accidents.


Nervous system.


Activity.


Habits.


Figure.


Digestion.




u

S


Childhood.


Adult.


Wasser-
mann test.


Alcohol.


Tobacco.


Appetite and
diet.


Bowels.


13


American.


. yrs.
11


Schoolgirl.








Paternal grand-
father, cancer.


Whooping-cough; mea-
sles; mumps; adenoids
removed.




-


Normal.


Quiet life.






Normal.


Rather
thin.


Good.


Regular.


14


M.

a

F.

M.


Jew.


51


Optician.










Scarlet fever.


Occasional sore throats;
gonorrhea twice; dry
pleurisy.




a


Ordinary.


Moderate.


Moderate.


Rather
small.


Thin.


Slight dys-
pepsia.


Constipated.


15


Scotch.


42


Boolikeeper.


(Nothing hereditary known to t


(vife.)




(Healthy life


. History imperfect. )




11


it


Little.


it


Normal.


Normal.


Good.


Regular.


IB"


Jew.


47


Housewife.


Mother;
brother.




.


Father, cancer.


Measles; mumps.


Syphilis.


+ + + +


it


it


Moderate.




ti


Slightly
obese.


li


it


17


it


69


it


(Negative as


ar as known.)




Daughter, demen-
tia precox.


it


Pneumonia with empy-
ema; 3 operations;
laparotomy for tumor.




it


it


Little. -




a


SUghtly
obese.


Slight indi-
gestion.


Constipated.


.18


American.


16


Errand boy.








Father, cirrhosis
of liver.


Chicken-pox; tonsillitis.






it


it




Little.


it


Normal or
slightly
thin.


Good.


Regular.


19


F.


Jew.


39


Housewife. . .










Measles; whooping-
cough; typhus.


Peritonsillar abscess;
puerperal sepsis; 1
miscarriage.




it


it


Little.




Small.


SUghtly
obese.


a


it


20


American.


38


a






Brother.




Scarlet fever; measles;
chicken-pox; whoop-
ing-cough; diphtheria.
Fall at age of 2.


Recent sore throat.




Nervousness; mi-
graine.


a






No excess.


Normal.


a


ti


21


ii

M.

a
it


Scotch.


46


a










Measles; mumps; whoop-
ing-cough.


Scarlet fever; ventral
hernia operation; sore
throats.




Slightly nervous.


it






ti it


Very obese.


it


it


22


Jew.


52


Cigar manu-
facturer.








Mother, nephritis.
Sister, cancer.




Gonorrhea twice.




Very nervous.


Intense business
strain.


Considerable.


Excess.


Luxurious
living.


Thin.


a


Constipated.


23


American.


44


Insurance
agent.


Mother.








Measles; chicken-pox;
mumps.


Gonorrhea; "bloody dys-
entery."




Normal.


Some business
worry.


Moderate.


Moderate.


Normal.


Slightly
obese.


u


Regular, v


24


it


44


Manufacturer.


Father.






Paternal aunt,
cancer.


Measles; mumps; otitis.

Digitizec


Gonorrhea; acute articu-
lar rheumatism; sore
throats; acute pancre-

b^itMmrosoft®




It


Ordinary.


Little.


Much.


it


Thin.


Poor.


Constipated.























TABLE I-(


Continued.




























listory.


1

Diabetic history.


kd






Habits.


Figure.


Digestion.


Bowels.


Onset.


Glycosuria discovered.


Weight.


Polvpha-
gia.


Polydipsia

and
polyuria.


Pruritus.


Skin infections.


Albuminuria.


Menstruation or
sexual function.


Pains.


Alopecia.




iosis.


y-


Alcohol.


Tobacco.


Appetite and
diet.


Acute or
gradual.


Date of first
symptoms.


Time.


Cause of examina-
tion.


Highest.

kg.
26.8


At
onset.


At
admis-
sion.


Degree.


s s
+


Hyperp-
nea.


Digestiv(
symptom;








Normal.


Rather
thin.


Good.


Regular.


Acute.


Apr., 1914


Apr. 21,
1914


Slight languor.


kg.

26


kg.
21.2


-


-






Moderate 1st 5
days.




Back and
bladder.


Marked.


Heavy.


+


-




Moderate.


Moderate.


Rather
small.


Thin.


Slight dys-
pepsia.


Constipated.


Gradual.


1907


Summer,
1907


Backache.


63.6


51


50.8












Lessened libido.


Neuritic in
back and
legs.


Beginning.


Shght.








Little.




Normal.


Normal.


Good.


Regular.


I'


1912


1912


Slight loss of
weight and
strength.






















Present, not
known to be
due to dia-
betes.


Heavy.








Moderate.




u


Slightly
obese.


u


a


It


1909


1909


Weakness; loss
of weight.


81.7


72.6


65




+


Vulvar,
moder-
ate.




Moderate to
slight.


Regular till cli-
macteric 1914.


Head and
legs.


Beginning.


Slight.








Little.




((


Slightly
obese.


Slight indi-
gestion.


Constipated.




About 1907


Oct., 1914


Gangrene.


82


49.1


53.6




+ +




Incipient gan-
grene of foot.


Slight.




Foot.


Probably only
senile.


Insignificant.












Little.


((


Normal or
slightly
thin.


Good.


Regular.


Acute.


Oct., 1914


Nov., 1914


Lassitude; poly-
phagia; poly-
dipsia.


60.5




50.6


+


+




Slight.


Slight 1st 5 days.










-








Little.




Small.


Slightly
obese.


((


ii


Gradual.


May, 1913


Oct., 1914


Pruritus; poly-
phagia; poly-
dipsia; loss of
weight.


66.3


49.1


47.2


+


+


Vulvar,
marked.




Faint 1st 23
days.


Stopped.


Head and
back.


Slight.


Insignificant.




Nausea;
colic.








No excess.


Normal.


(I


it


tt


Oct., 1913


1913


Hospital rou-
tine.


77


72.8


53










Faint 1st 22
days.


Normal.


Head.




Slight.














It It


Very obese.


Ci


It


Acute.


Summer,
1914


1914


Polyphagia;
polydipsia;
loss of weight.

Ocular examina-
tion.


121


105


108


+


+






Faint.


till
menopause.




Slight.










usiness


Considerable.


Excess.


Luxurious
living.


Thin.


iC


Constipated.


ti


1912


Nov., 1912






50


+


+






Moderate to
negative.


Impotence for
2-3 yrs.


Cramps in
legs.


Present, not
due to dia-
betes.


Moderate.






t


usiness


Moderate.


Moderate.


Normal.


Slightly
obese.


it


Regular.


Gradual.


1905


1906


Insurance.


88.5


75


70.5


















It










Little.


Much.


u


Thin.


Poor.


Constipated.


Acute.


1907


1907


Ocular examina- 75 63.5
tion.

Digitized by /V


44.2 + +

'icrqsoft^








Stopped.






tt











Physical examination.




Menstruation or
sexual function.


Pains.


Alopecia.


Acidosis.


Complexion.


Nutrition.


Thyroid,


Teeth.


Tonsils.


Heart.


Lungs.


Liver.


Lymph glands.


Knee jerks.


Blood
pressure.




ria.


Degree.


ft 8
e s

+


Hyperp-
nea.


Digestive
symptoms.




'n
75

70


Remarks,


1st 5




Back and
bladder.


Marked.


Heavy.


+


-


Flushed.


Emaciated.


Normal.


Good.


Hypertrophied;
no pus foci.


Normal.


Normal.


Normal.


Normal.


Diminished.


lOS
100


Attacks of urinary calculi.




Lessened libido.


Neuritic in
back and
legs.


Beginning.


Slight.






Sallow.


Poor.


It


Many missing;
caries; pyor-
rhea.


Normal.


it


Slight emphy-
sema.


it


Slight general
adenopathy.


Normal.


Slight hemoptysis at time of
pleurisy.








Present, not
known to be
due to dia-
betes.


Heavy.






Cyanotic.


Moderately
emaci-
ated.


it


Good.


it


ti


Normal.


a


Normal.


Absent.




Received in coma.


to


Regular till cli-
macteric 1914.


Head and
legs.


Beginning.


Slight.








Pasty.


Good.


It


Several miss-
ing.


it


Hypertrophied;
mitral regur-
gitation.


ii


Edge felt at costal
margin.


ti


Normal.


225


110


Latent syphilis; chronic nephri-
tis; mitral insufficiency; ar-
teriosclerosis; cystitis.






Foot.


Probably only
senile.


Insignificant.








Poor.


Emaciated.


. It


Many missing;
caries; pyor-
rhea.


it


Hypertrophied.


Slight bronchi-
tis; lower
right lobe
obliterated.


Normal.


Inguinal enlarge-
ment.


11


215


150
60


Senility; bad hygiene; incipient
gangrene of right foot.


days.










-






Fair,


Rather
poor.


it


Good.


Hypertrophied;
no pus foci.


Normal.


Normal.


it


Normal.


Exaggerated.


135


Transitory dimness of vision.


23


Stopped.


Head and
back.


Slight.


Insignificant.




Nausea ;
colic.


Pale.


Poor.


it


Caries; pyor-
rhea.


Normal.


it




Emphysema.


it


a


Normal.


90
140


60


Slight edema and nephritic ap-
pearance, but no nephritis.


22


Normal.


Head.




Slight.








Fair.


Fair.


a


Caries; pyor-
rhea.


it


Mitral regurgi-
tation.


Normal.


ti


Axillary enlarge-
ment.


it


110


Marked xanthoma. ,




till
menopause.




Slight.










Good.


Very obese.


Slightly ■
enlarged.


Many missing;
caries; pyor-
rhea.


Hypertrophied;
no pus foci.


Slightly hyper-
trophied.


Emphysema.


It


Normal.


it


175


120


Bilateral arcus senilis; slight al-
buminuria without casts.


to


Impotence for
2-3 yrs.


Cramps in
legs.


Present, not
due to dia-
betes.


Moderate.








Sallow.


Emaciated,


Normal.


Several miss-
ing; caries;
pyorrhea.


Slightly hyper-
trophied.


Hypertrophied.


Normal.


Edge felt 2 cm.
below costal
margin.


General aden-
opathy.


it


135


110


Chronic nephritis; arteriosclero-
sis; hysteric attacks.










u




■"




Good.


Good.




Slight caries.


Hypertrophied;
no pus foci.


Normal.


it


Edge felt 3 cm.
below costal
margin.


Slight epitrochlear
and inguinal en-
largement.


it










Stopped.






it








Sallow,


Emaciated.


Good.

Digitized by


Normal.

IVIicrosonfE)


it


Edge felt at costal
margin.


Normal.


Sluggish.


70


55


Temporarily impaired visioti;
yellow skin; lipemia; erythro-
cytes 4,000,000; extreme weak-
ness.



General data.


Family history.


Past history.


d

Is


Sex.
F.


Nationality or
race.


Age.


Occupation.


Diabetes.


' Obesity.


Tuberculosis.


Other disorders.


Infections and accidents.


Nervous system.


Activity.




Habits.


Figure.


Digestion.




1

a


Childhood.


Adult.


Wasser-
mann test.


Alcohol.


Tobacco.


Appetite and
diet.


Bowels.


25


Jew.


yrs.
50


Housewife.












Erysipelas twice; apo-
plexy twice.


-


Rather nervous.


Ordinary.






Normal.


Obese.


Good.


Constipate(


26


M.
F.


American.


14


Schoolgiri.






Several re-
mote rela-
tives.


Maternal grand-
mother, cancer.


Men si es ; whooping-
cough; chicken-pox.






Nervous; slight
chorea.


a






Much candy.


Thin.


it


It


27


n


42


Clerk.








Sister, cardiorenal.


Measles; chicken-pqx;
diphtheria; mumps
(orchitis).


Jaundice; appendicitis;
malaria; sore throats.




Normal.


it


Little.


Moderate.


No excess.


Normal.


a


Regular.


28


(I


11


Schoolgirl.






Paternal
granduncle.




Whooping-cough; mea-
sles; chicken-pox;
mumps; poliomyeli-
tis (?).






Choreiform move-
ments.


Studious.






a it


it


it


it


29


Finn.


26


Domestic.






Two sisters;
brother.




Whooping-cough.


Hemoptysis.




Normal.


Ordinary.






Starch, not
sugar.


it


it


Constipate


30


it


American.


45


Housewife.










Usual (indefinite).


Typhoid; grippe; appen-
dicitis (operation) ;
menorrhagia (curet-
tage); mastoiditis (op-
eration).




Nervous.


a


Moderate.


Moderate.


Simple.


Slightly
obese.


Poor.


Regular.


31


M.
F.


it


35


Real estate
agent.








Father, sarcoma.


Measles; whooping-
cough.


Gonorrhea; rheumatism;
chorea; sore throats.




Normal.


a


Little.


it


Normal.


Normal.


Good.


Constipate


32


Jew.


21-


Housewife.










Diphtheria; measles;
pneumonia.


Tonsillitis.




Nervous.


it


ii




Starch, not
sugar.


it


it


tc


33


li


51


li






Sister.




Measles; typhus.


Acute nephritis following
colds.




it


a






Much starch
and sweets.


Obese.


Occasional
indiges-
tion.


it


34


M.


ti


26


Clerk.


Mother; sis-
ter.








it







Normal.


ti


Little.


Moderate.


No excess.


Normal.


Good.


ti


35


American.


61


Lawyer.








Cousin, cancer.
Father, para-
lytic condition.


Grippe; measles; mumps;
whooping-cough.






a


Healthful.




ti


Normal.


it


i(


Regular^


36


it


ti


30


Engineer.


Sister; cousin.






Mother, myxe-
dema. Father,
Bright's disease.


Measles; diphtheria.

Digitized


Peritonsillar abscess; ne-
crosis of jaw; septi-
cemia.

Dy IVIicrosoft®




Nervous.


Ordinary.


Little.


it


a


it


li


a



TABLE 1— Continued.



Past history.


Diabetic history.






Activity.




Habits.


Figure.


Digestion.


Bowels.


Onset.


Glycosuria discovered.


Weight.


Polypha-
gia.


Polydipsia

and
polyuria.


Pruritus.


Skin infections.


Albuminuria.


Menstruation or
sexual function.


Pains.


Alopecia.


A


ystem.


Alcohol.


Tobacco.


Appetite and
diet.


Acute or
gradual.


Date o£ first
symptoms .


Time.


Cause of examina-
tion.


Highest.


At
onset.


At
admis-
sion.


Degree.


2 «


rvous.


Ordinary.






Normal.


Obese.


Good.


Constipated.


Gradual.


1911


1911


Routine.


kg.
96


kg.

84.5


kg.

76


-


-




■'


Slight.


Normal till cli-
macteric.


Entire body.




Heavy.


+


slight


it






Much candy.


Thin.


ii


u


Acute.


Feb., 1913


Mar., 1913


Polyphagia;
polydipsia;
loss of weight
and strength.






31.2


+


+






Moderate 1st
admission;
negative sub-
sequently.


Stopped Feb.,
1913.




Moderate.


Moderate.






u


Little.


Moderate.


No excess.


Normal.


ii


Regular.


Gradual.


1907


1907


Dental caries;
infection of
mandible.






59.6








Carbuncle.




Retained.




Slight.


ii




a move-


Studious.






ii it


11


ii


ii


Acute.


Jan., 1915


Jan., 1915


Polyuria.






29


+


+




















Ordinary.






Starch, not
sugar.


a


ii


Constipated.


a


1915


1915


Weakness; poly-
phagia; poly-
dipsia.


52.5




45.6


+


+








Normal.






Slight.






it


Moderate.


Moderate.


Simple.


Slightly
obese.


Poor.


Regular.


it


June, 1914


Oct., 1914


Pruritus; poly-
phagia; poly-
dipsia.


73


57


56.8


+


+


Vulvar,
marked.




Faint.


ii




Marked.


Heavy.






i(


Little.


it


Normal.


Normal.


Good.


Constipated.


Gradual.


1912


1912


Debility.




68.4


53.4








Incipient gan-
grene of toe.






Great toe.


SUght.


ii






U


a




Starch, not
sugar.


ii


11


11


Acute.


June, 1914


Oct., 1914


Amenorrhea.






53.2


+


+


Vulvar,
marked.




Faint 1st 15
days.


Stopped Oct.,
1914.






a


+




it






Much starch
and sweets.


Obese.


Occasional
indiges-
tion.


i{


Gradual.

i


1912


1912


Nervousness;
lassitude;
pains.


96




83










Faint 1st 15
days.


Normal till cli-
macteric at
50.


Head; limbs.


Moderate.


Insignificant.






ti


Little.


Moderate.


No excess.


Normal.


Good.


it


u


Nov., 1911


Oct., 1912


Pain in arms.






51.6


+


+




Slight.


Moderate 1st 3
days.


Libido lessened.


Arms.


Slight.


Heavy.






Healthful.




i(


Normal.


a


it


Regular.


it


1904


1905


Backache; poly-
uria.






66.4


















a






Ordinary.


Little.


u


ti


u


a


(C


Acute.


Dec, 1913


Jan., 1914 Polydipsia; 64
polyuria; loss
of weight.

Digitize i by Microsou®


50.2




+




Colon bacillus
wound infec-
tion; abscess-
es on neck.


Heavy at 3rd
admission.


Absent.




Moderate.


ii







Physical examination.




Menstruation or
sexual function.


Pains.


Alopecia.


Acidosis.


Complexion.


Nutrition.


Thyroid.


Teeth.


Tonsils.


Heart.


Lungs.


Liver.


Lymph glands.


Knee jerks.


Blood
pressure.






250


.So


Remarks.


inuria.


Degree.


s 1
S.3

+


Hyperp-
nea.


Digestive
symptoms.




Normal till cli-
macteric.


Entire body.




Heavy.


Atypi-
cal.


Vomiting.


Cyanotic.


Obese.


Normal .


Marked caries
and pyor-
rhea.


Hypertrophied ;
no pus foci.


Hypertrophied.


Emphysema;
bronchitis.


Edge felt at costal
margin.


Normal.


Absent.


110
70


Left hemiplegia; beginning atyp-
ical coma; fecal retention.


te 1st
sion;
ive sub-
itly.


Stopped Feb.,
1913.




Moderate.


Moderate.


-






Sallow.


Emaciated.


a


Good.


Normal.


Normal.


Normal.


Normal.


it


Normal.


105






Retained.




Slight.




"


"


a


Fair.


ii


Many missing;
caries; pyor-
rhea.


it


it


it


Edge felt at costal
margin.


it






Large carbuncle on neck, with
fever.


















Good.


Good.


a


Good.


Hypertrophied;
no pus foci.


it


it


Normal.


Slight epitrochlear
enlargement.


Exaggerated.




90

85

75






Normal.






Slight.


-


"


"


Poor.


Fair.


it


ti


Normal.


it


it


it


Slight axillary en-
largement.


Active.


110


Tuberculosis not demonstrated.




ii




Marked.


Heavy.






Fair.


Slightly
emaci-
ated.


it


it


it


it




Edge felt at costal
margin.


Slight axillary and
epitrochlear en-
largement.


Sluggish.


110
90


Fasting acidosis.


-




Great toe.


Slight.


li


"


"


SaUow.


Emaciated.


it


it


a


a


it


Normal.


Axillary palpable.


it


Arteries palpably sclerotic.


1st 15


Stopped Oct.,
1914.






a


+


+




Good.


Good.


it


Slight caries;
pyorrhea.


Hypertrophied;
pus exuda-
tion.


it


it


ti


Axillary and epi-
trochlear en-
largement.


Absent.


100


6b


Tonsillectomy performed later.


1st IS


Normal till cli-
macteric at
50.


Head; limbs.


Moderate.


Insignificant.




"


"


ii


Obese.


ii


All missing.


Normal.


Slight murmur.


Emphysema.


it


Normal.


Exaggerated.


190


100


Trace of albuminuria.


te 1st 3


Libido lessened.


Arms.


Slight.


Heavy.


-








High.


Thin.


it


Good.


it


Normal.


Normal.


it


a


Normal.


110


90




~








it






Ruddy.


Fair.


it


ii


it


a


it


Edge felt 4 cm.
below costal
margin.


Slight axUlary and
epitrochlear en-
largement.


Sluggish.


120


80




at 3rd
ission.


Absent.




Moderate.


a








Sallow.


Thin.


" Impacted wis- "
dom root.

Digitized by Ivlicrosoft®


it


it


Normal.


Normal.


Normal.


100


00


Diabetes dating from sepsis.



General data.


Family history.


Past history.




6

z;


Sex.


Nationality or
race.


Age.


Occupation.


Diabetes.


Obesity.


Tuberculosis.


Other disorders.


Infections and accidents.


Nervous system.


Activity .


H abits.


Figure.


Digestion.


Bowels.




P


Childhood.


Adult.


Wasser-
raann test.


Alcohol.


Tobacco.


Appetite and
diet.


A


37


M.
F.

ii

M.


American.


yrs.
16


Schoolboy.










Measles; chicken-pox.


Alveolar abscess; severe
cold.


-


Normal.


Healthful.






Normal.


Normal.


Good.


Regular.


A(


38


Jew.


39

27


Housewife.






Brother.






Visceroptosis.




n


Ordinary.


Little.




it






a


13


39


American.


Teacher.


Mother.






Father and broth-
er nervous. Ma-
ternal grand-
father, cancer.
Paternal aunt,
insanity.


Scarlet fever and others.






Neurotic.


Hard mental
work.






it


Slightly
obese.


a


a


G^


40


i(


29


Doorman.


(Little known.)








Measles; whooping-
cough; scarlatina.


Gonorrhea; chancre;
colds.




Normal.


Ordinary.


Excess.


Moderate.


Small.


Normal.


Fair.


ii


Ae


41


Irish.


52


Politician.






Sister.


Insanity on moth-
er's side.


Measles; mumps; scarlet
fever; chicken-pox;
diphtheria.


Gonorrhea; syphilis; tu-
berculosis; grippe.


+ + + +


It


Checkered life.


Moderate.


a


Normal.


Slightly
obese.


Good.


ii


Ge


42


F.


American.


11


Schoolgirl.










Measles; whooping-
cough; scarlet fever.






Nervous.


Strain in school
work.






Small.


Normal.


((


ii


Aa


43


M.


i(


27


Nurse.


Maternal
aunt.




Maternal
grand-
mother.




Measles; mumps; whoop-
ing-cough; chicken-
pox; diphtheria; pneu-
monia.


Malaria; septicemia with
nephritis.




ii


Ordinary.






Normal.


a


ii


a


t(


44


n


53


Electrician.








Aunt, cancer.


Diphtheria.


Gonorrhea; colds; pleur-
isy with hemoptysis.




Moderately nerv-
ous.


it


Little.


Moderate.


Some excess
in sweets.


it


a


ii


Gh


45


££


Jew.


6


(Child.)


Paternal
great grand-
mother;
grandfather;
uncle.


Family slight-
ly obese.




Maternal grand-
mother, cancer.


None before diabetes;
grippe and otitis media
after.






Normal.


Healthful.






Much sweets.


a


u


Constipated.


Aci


46


<f


i(


48


Storekeeper.


Daughter.








Pneumonia. Double inguinal hernia. —

Digitized by IVIicroson®


it


Sedentary,


Moderate.


Moderate.


No excess.


it


u


((


(C



TABLE— I Continued.





Past history.
































Diabetic history.












Activity.


Habits.


Figure.


Digestion.


Bowels.


Onset.


Glycosuria discovered.


Weight.


Polypha-
gia.


Polydipsia

and
polyuria.


Pruritus.


Skin infections.


Albuminuria.


Menstruation or
sexual function.


Pains.


Alopecia.




Nervous system.


Alcohol-


Tobacco.


Appetite and
diet.


Acute or
gradual.


Date of first
symptoms.


Time.


Cause of examina-
tion.


Highest.


At
onset.


At
admis-
sion.


Degree.


[ormal.


Healthful.






Normal.


Normal.


Good.


Regular.


Acute.


Mar., 1915


Mar., 1915


Polydipsia; poly-
uria; weak-
ness; drowsi-
ness.


kg.
55


kg.


kg.
47.4


-


+






-








Heavy.


iC


Ordinary.


Little.




a


a




ti


Unknown.




Mar. 20,
1915


Hospital rou-
tine.
















Slight.


Pregnant.






ti


"eurotic.


Hard mental
work.






a


Slightly
obese.


u


ti


Gradual.


1910


1910


Headache; poly-
dipsia; poly-
uria.


85




59.2




+


Vulvar,
slight.




" with
coma.


Stopped Mar.,
1915.




Intense facial
neuralgia.


Moderate.


Moderate.


'ormal.


Ordinary.


Excess.



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