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Moderate.


Small.


Normal.


Fair.


it


Acute.


Apr., 191S


Apr. 12,
1915


Hospital rou-
tine.






45.4










Heavy 1st 10
days.








Heavy,


It


Checkered life.


Moderate.


i(


Normal.


Slightly
obese.


Good.


ti


Gradual.


1911


1911


Routine.


86.5




83


+


+




Ulcers on shins.


Slight.


Normal.




Present, not
due to dia-
betes.


Slight.


"ervous.


Strain in school
work.




«


Small.


Normal.


a


it


Acute.


Feb., 1915


Feb., 1915


Polyphagia; poly-
dipsia; poly-
uria.






26.8


+


+






Terminal with
coma.






Beginning.


Moderate.


a


Ordinary.






Normal.


a


ti


ti


it


Jan., 1915


Mar., 1915


Polyphagia; poly-
dipsia; poly-
uria; loss of
weight.


54


44


44


+


+


Vulvar,
marked.




Trace for 1st
few weeks.


Stopped.




Marked.


it


[oderately nerv-
ous.


((


Little.


Moderate.


Some excess
in sweets.


a


it


it


Gradual.


July, 1914


Apr., 1915


Pleurisy; poly-
dipsia; poly-
uria.


77


73


62




+










Cramps in
legs.


Slight.


Heavy.


ormal.


Healthful.






Much sweets.


a


it


Constipated.


Acute.


Nov., 1914


Nov., 1914


Polyuria; loss
of weight.


21.6


16.4


19.4




+




Incipient gan-
grene over
sacrum.


Marked.










it


Sedentary,


Moderate.


Moderate.


No excess.


u




ti


it


Oct., 1914 Oct., 1914 Acute thirst.

Digkized b)\ Microsof\®


68


51.2




+










Back and
legs.


Present, not
due to dia-
betes.


it





Physical examination.




Menstruation or
sexual function.


Pains.


Alopecia.


Acidosis .


Complexion.


Nutrition.


Thyroid.


Teeth.


Tonsils.


Heart.


Lungs.


Liver.


Lymph glands.


Knee jerks.


Blood
pressure.




inuria.


Degree.


s.s


Hyperp-
nea.


Digestive
symptoms.


.a


5
90

90

7'0
70


Remarks.


-








Heavy.


+


+


-


High.


Fair.


Normal.


Caries; pyor-
rhea; alveo-
lar abscess.


Hypertrophied;
pus foci pres-
ent.


Normal.


Normal .


Normal.


Slight general
adenopathy.


Active.


120'


Received with impending coma.




Pregnant.






a


+


+ ■




Flushed.


Good.


a


Missing.


Normal.


ii


Lobar pneu-
monia.


Edge felt 3 cm.
below costal
margin.


Normal.


Absent.


150


Admitted on pneumonia service.
Otitis media; pericarditis;
pregnancy; artificial delivery;
diabetic coma.


1


Stopped Mar.,
1915.


Intense facial
neuralgia.


Moderate.


Moderate.






Good.


Fair.


Possible
slight en-
large-
ment.


Slight caries;
pyorrhea.






Normal.


Normal.


a


Normal.


125


Mentally irresponsible at times.


1st 10








Heavy.


+






Cyanotic.


u


Normal.


Many missing;
caries; pyor-
rhea.


a


ii


Lobar pneu-
monia.


11


Slight epitrochlear
enlargement.


Active.


Admitted on pneumonia service.
Hematuria; diabetes transi-
tory.




Normal.




Present, not
due to dia-
betes.


Slight.




^


"


Good.


Slightly
obese.


a


All missing.


Slightly hyper-
trophied; no
pus foci.


11


Bronchitis; em-
physema.


11


Slight adenopathy.


Normal.


125


Luetic.


1 with






Beginning.


Moderate.






Vomiting.


i(


Good.


li


Good.


Hypertrophied,
with pus foci.


11


Normal.


11


A few palpable.


a






Tuberculosis later developed.


or 1st
ieks.


Stopped.


^


Marked.


li


+






Pale.


Poor.


11


it


Normal.


li


a


li


11 li li


ii




62


Tendency to edema.






Cramps in
legs.


Slight.


Heavy.






Fair.


it


li


Many missing;
moderate ca-
ries; pyorrhea.


ii


a


li


li


Slight adenopathy.


ii


90


Cough and night sweats preced-
ing admission; tuberculosis not
demonstrated.










li






Pasty.


Emaciated.


a


Spongy, bleed-
ing gums.


li


it


Hydrothorax.


li


Normal.


Absent (?).


62


Extreme bicarbonate edema; al-
kalosis; nephritis; diabetic
coma.






Back and
legs.


Present, not
due to dia-
betes.


It








Pale.


iC


" Many missing; "
caries; pyor-

Digitized by Microsoft®


Hypertrophied.


Normal.


ii


Slight general
adenopathy.


It


Very feeble appearance; slight
arteriosclerosis.



General data.


Family history.


Past history.




d


Sex,

F.

M.

F.


Nationality or
race.


Age.


Occupation.


Diabetes.


Obesity.


Tuberculosis.


Other disorders.


Infections and accidents.


Nervous system.


Activity.


Habits.


Figure.


Digestion.


Bowels.




1

(5


Childhood.


Adult.


Wasser-
mann test.


Alcohol-


Tobacco.


Appetite and
diet.


Acute
gradu


47


American.


yrs.

31


Saleswoman.






Maternal
grand-
mother.




Usual.




-


Normal.


Ordinary,






No excess.


Normal.


Good.


Regular.


Gradr


48


ii


20


Clerk.






Two uncles.




None remembered.


Sore throats; dental
caries.




Degenerate.


it


Moderate.


Excessive.


it it


Thin.


C(


if


Acute,


49


iC


30


Seamstress.










Measles; mumps; chick-
en-pox; scarlet fever;
diphtheria.


Tonsillitis; two high for-
ceps deliveries.




Nervous.


it






it it


Normal.


i(


It


il


SO


M.
F.

a


11


54


Teacher.










Usual.




±


ii


it






it li


it


il


a


Gradual


51


a


7


Schoolboy.










Whooping-cough.







Normal.


it






it ti


it


ii


it


Acute


52


ii


27


None.










Measles; chicken-pox.






i(


it






tt it


ti


ii


ti


Gradual


53


ii


9


Schoolgirl.










Measles; mumps; chick-
en-pox; tonsillitis;
slight rheumatism.






Nervous.


it






a it


It


ii


it


Acute,


54


a


ii


29


Telephone op-
erator.










Measles; whooping-
cough.


1 miscarriage.




Normal.


it






Normal.


ti


it


Constipated.


ii


55


M.


ii


26 mos.


(Infant.)


Paternal great
grand-
mother.














it


it






it


tt


ti


Regular.


11


56




a


30


Clerk.








Maternal aunt, in-
sanity. Two
sisters, rheuma-
toid arthritis.


Whooping-cough; gastro-
intestinal attacks;
swollen cervical glands;
enuresis.


Grippe preceding dia-
betes.




it


it




Moderate.


Some excess
in sweets.


Thin.


it


Constipated.


a


57


Jew.


37


Physician.


Mother; ma-
ternal uncle;
maternal
aunt; sis-
ter.


Family obese.




Paternal aunt,
cancer. Father
and mother,
first cousins.


Measles. Jaundice; tonsilhtis. —

Digitiied by Microso ^®


Somewhat nerv-
ous.


it


Moderate.




Excess in
food,
sweets,
and coffee.


Obese.


it


Regular.


ti





















TABLE— I


Continued.






























history.


Diabetic history.






Habits.


Figure.


Digestion.


Bowels.


Onset.


Glycosuria discovered.


Weight.


Polypha-
gia.


Polydipsia

and
polyuria.


Pruritus.


Skin infections.


Albuminuria.


Menstruation or
sexual function.


Pains.


Alopecia.


Acidosis.




Alcohol.


Tobacco.


Appetite and
diet.


Acute or
gradual.


Date of first
symptoms.


Time.


Cause of examina-
tion.


Highest.


At
onset.


At
admis-
sion.


Degree.


It


Hyper-
pnea.


Digestive
symptoms.


U






No excess.


Normal.


Good.


Regular.


Gradual.


1911


1911


Pruritus vul/£e;
polyphagia;
polydipsia;
loss of weight


ki.
84


kg.
66


67.3


+


+


Vulvar,
marked.


Superficial,
vulvar.


-


Normal.






Heavy.


-


-


-


Hi


Moderate.


Excessive.


a u


Thin.


H


((


Acute.


1914


1914


Polyphagia; poly-
dipsia; poly-
uria.






45


+


+














it


+






Pa






li It


Normal.


li


a


a


June, 1914


Dec, 1914


Polyphagia; poly-
dipsia; poly-
uria; loss of
weight.


68




52.4


+


+






Trace at first.


Normal.




Slight.


a






i






a u


i(


it


11


Gradual.


1912


1912


Polyphagia; poly-
dipsia; poly-
uria.






49.6


+


+








Stopped at on-
set of present
illness.


Universal.


Moderate.


Moderate.


+




Vomiting.








11 u


it


a


i(


Acute.


Oct., 1914


Oct., 1914


Coma.






18.3


+


+






Trace at admis-
sion.








li




~


"


V(






a ti


a


i(


ii


Gradual.


1911


1911


Lassitude.


58




48.4








SKght.




Stopped June,
1915.




Slight.


Heavy.















li a


u


a


it


Acute.


1913


1913


Polyphagia ; poly-
dipsia; poly-
uria.






20


+


+


Vulvar.












a














Normal.


iC


n


Constipated.


i(


June, 1915


July, 1915


Polydipsia; poly-
uria; loss of
weight and
strength.




65


49


+


+








Normal.






it




+










a


a


a


Regular.


(f


Oct., 1915


Oct., 1915


Polyphagia; poly-
dipsia; poly-
uria.


113.5




11.8


+


+














li


+






v\




Moderate.


Some excess
in sweets.


Thin.


It


Constipated.


a


1912


Jan., 1913


Weakness and
depression.




51


+


+








Stopped.




Slight,


a








p


Moderate.




Excess in
food,
sweets,
and coffee.


Obese.


ic


Regular.


it


1899
1907


1899
1907


1899, accidental.
1907, furuncu-
losis.


88 86.2 + +

?c/ Dv Microsoft®


SUght.


Numerous boils
and ulcers.




Lessened.




Moderate, not
evidently
due to dia-
betes.


Slight.








!•'

























Physical examination.






















Menstruation or
sexual function.


Pains.


Alopecia.


Acidosis.


Complexion.


Nutrition.


Thyroid.


Teeth.


Tonsils.


Heart.


Lungs.


Liver.


Lymph glands.


Knee jerks.


Blood
pressure.




nuria.


Degree.


s.s


Hyper-
pnea.


Digestive
symptoms.


„d


M

60


Remarks.




Normal.






Heavy.


-


-


-


High.


Good.


Normal.


Slight pyor-
rhea.


Enlarged; no
pus foci.


Normal.

J


Normal.


Normal.


Slight axillary en-
largement.


Normal.


90












it


-1-






Pale.


Emaciated.


ii


Fair.


Normal.


ii


ii


ii


Normal.


it






Very inferior type.


first.


Normal.




Slight.


a






i{


Poor.


ii


a


ii


ii


ii


a


it


it




Transitory dimness of vision;
cold and fever at admission.




Stopped at on-
set of present
illness.


Universal.


Moderate.


Moderate.


+




Vomiting.


" sallow.


Fair.


a


Many missing;
caries; pyor-
rhea.


a


ii


ii


Edge felt If cm.
below costal
margin.




it


90


75


Myxedema, treated with thyroid
feeding.


admis-








i(











Very pale.


a


a


Good.


it


ii


ii


Normal.


it


it






Apparently very acute onset.




Stopped June,
1915.




Slight.


Heavy.


^






Pale.


a


Slight en-
large-
ment.


ii


Slight hyper-
trophy; no
pus foci.


ii


a


ii


Slight axillary and
epitrochlear en-
largemOit.


ti


















"






ii


Emaciated.


Normal.


"


Normal.


ii


ii


ii


Normal.


it






Appears constitutionally feeble.




Normal.






li


+


+




a


Fair.


a


a


a


ii


ii


a


li


Sluggish.


110


80


Progressive downward progress.










It


"




Flushed.


it


a


ii


Hypertrophied;
slight exuda-
tion of pus.


li


a




Slight epitrochlear
enlargement.


Normal.








Stopped.




Slight,


It








Pale.


Emaciated.


ii


Some caries.


Normal.


ii


ii


a


Slight adenopathy.


Diminished.


100


80






Lessened.




Moderate, not
evidently
due to dia-
betes.


Slight.








Florid.


Obese.


" Marked caries
and pyor-
rhea.

Digitized by M


Greatly hyper-
trophied.

crosoft®


ii


ii


Edge felt at costal
margin.


Moderate anterior
cervical enlarge-
ment.


Sluggish.


120


85


Hj^eridrosis with diabetes.



General data.


Family history.


Past history.




1


Sex.


Nationality or
race.


Age.


Occupation.


Diabetes.


Obesity.


Tuberculosis.


Other disorders.


Infections and accidents.


Nervous system.


Activity.


Habits.


Figure.


Digestion.


Bowels.


Onset.


.a




Childhood.


Adult.


Wasser-
mann test.


Alcohol.


Tobacco.


Appetite and
diet.


Acute or
gradual.


Date
syn


58


F.
F.


American.


yrs.

72


Housewife.










Whooping-cough.




-


Normal.


Ordinary.


Little.




Normal.


Slightly
obese.


Good.


Regular.


Gradual.


June


59




46


Physician.


Maternal
aunt.






Father, cancer.
Mother, gout
and rheuma-
tism. Sister,
"acidosis."


Measles; whooping-
cough; scarlet fever;
gastrointestinal at-
tacks; sunstroke.


Albuminuria; sciatica;
gout; axiUary abscess;
boils and carbuncles.




Nervous.


Intellectual
overwork.


Moderate.


Excess


No excess.


Thin.


Rather
poor.


a


iC


Pert
18


60


a


43


Housewife.










Whooping-cough; mea-
sles; cMcken-pox.


"Gastric fever;" tonsil-
litis.




Normal.


Ordinary.






Normal.


Normal.


Good.


iC


Acute.


Apr


61


M.

F.
M.

\ "

17

m7




30


Papermalier.








Father, rheuma-
tism. Mother
paralysis.


Diarrhea; scarlet fever;
rheumatism.


Measles; mumps (orchi-
tis); rheumatism; trau-
ma of elbow.




i{


Heavy lifting.




Excess.


a


it


a


iC


Gradual.


June


62


((


19


None.






Maternal
grand-
mother.




Whooping-cough; mea-
sles; chicken-pox; dia-
betes (?).






it


Easy life.






No excess.


Thin.






Acute.


it


63


Polish.


13


Schoolboy.


-








Measles; chicken-pox;
scarlet fever.






tc


Ordinary.






it it


Normal.


a


i(


a


Feb.


64


Jew.


12


a










Measles; mumps; fall on
head.






ti


Healthful.






Normal.


a


n




a




65


American.


53


Business.


Father.






Brother, Hodg-
kin;-.' disease.


Measles ; diphtheria ;
"gravel."






it


Ordinary.


Little.


Excess.


it


Slightly
obese.


a




Gradual.


Oct.


66


ti


IS


Schoolgirl.


Paternal
grandfather.








Tonsillectomy; measles;
urticaria.







ti


Healthful.






it


Normal.


a


a


Acute.


it


67


Spanish.


46


Merchant.


Maternal
aunt; pater-
nal cousin.








Usual; mild.


Syphilis.


+ +


Nervous.


Business strain.


Considerable.


Considerable.


Large.


i(


it


a


Gradual.


Dec.


68


Jew.


23 mos.


(Infant.)


Maternal
great grand-
mother and
grand-
mother.








Slight colds; vaccination. — Normal,

Digitized by IVIicrQsoft^


Normal.






Normal.


a


iC


i(


Acute.


May























TABLE I—


Continued.




























Diabetic history.




Habits.


Figure.


Digestion.


Bowels.


Onset.


Glycosuria discovered.


Wciglit.


Polyplia-
gia.


Polydipsia

and
polyuria.


Pruritus.


Skin infections.


Albuminuria.


Menstruation or
sexual function.


Pains.


Alopecia.


Acidosis.




cohol.


Tobacco.


Appetite and
diet.


Acute or
gradual.


Date of first
symptoms.


Time.


Cause of examina-
tion.


Higliest.


At
onset.


At
admis-
sion.


Degree.


1.1


Hyperp-
nea.


Digestive
symptoms.


Complexion







Normal.


Slightly
obese.


Good.


Regular.


Gradual.


June, 1911


June, 1911


Failing vision.


kg-


kg.


kg.

68


-


+




Ulcers of foot.


Very faint.


Normal till cli-
macteric.






Insignificant.


-


-


-


Pale.


rate.


Excess.


No excess.


Thin.


Rather
poor.


ii.


{(


Perhaps
1889


1910


Polyuria.






52.6








Boils and car-
buncles.




Diminished.


Sciatica; gout.


Present, not
evidently
due to dia-
betes.


Moderate.








ii






Normal.


Normal.


Good.


a


Acute.


Apr., 1915


June, 1915


Loss of weight;
polydipsia;
pruritus vul-
v«.


78




36.6


+


+


Vulvar,
marked.






Stopped 1915.




Moderate.


Heavy.


+


+




ti




Excess.


n


"




u


Gradual.


June, 1915


1915


Polydipsia; poly-
uria; weakness.






74.0




+






Slight.


a














Slightly cy
anotic.






No excess.


Thin.


iC


f.i


Acute.


1911


1911


Polydipsia;
polyTiria.




52.2


39.4


-1-


+








" 1912.






Heavy.








Flushed.






a it


Normal.


a


a


ii


Feb., 1915


Feb., 1915


Polydipsia;
polyuria; loss
of weight and
strength.






27.8


-f


+






Faint 1st 10
days.








a


+


+




Very pale.






Normal.


it






li


1916


1916


Polydipsia;
polyuria.






25.2




+






Faint at admis-
sion.








i<


-1-


+




Flushed.




Excess.


11


Slightly
obese.


li


u


Gradual.


Oct., 1915


1916


Loss of weight.






61.1














Cramps in
legs; head-
aches.


Not due to
diabetes.










Good.






it


Normal.


u


a


Acute.


1915


1916


Polydipsia.






50





+









Stopped Dec,
1916.






Trace.


"


"


"


Healthy.


derable.


Considerable.


Large.




a


u


Gradual.


Dec, 1913


Dec, 1913


Feverish sensa-
tion.


90


85


54.2












Diminished.


Headaches.


Not due to di-
abetes.


Shght.








ii






Normal.


it


u


a


Acute.


May, 1916


June, 1916


Poljrphagia;
polydipsia;
polyuria; in-
cipient coma.


11.3 9.1 8.5 + +

Digitized by Microsoft®




Slight at first.








Heavy.


+


4-




Flushed.





Physical examination.




Menstruation or
sexual function.


Pains.


Alopeda.


Acidosis.


Complexion.


Nutrition.


Thyroid.


Teeth.


Tonsils.


Heart.


Lungs.


Liver.


Lymph glands.


Knee jerks.


Blood
pressure.




a.


Degree.


s.a


Hyperp-
nea.


Digestive
symptoms.


U3


A .a

S2


Remarks.




Normal till cli-
macteric.






Insignificant.


-


-


-


Pale.


Good.


Normal.


All missing.


Normal.


Normal.


Emphysema.


Edge felt 4 cm.
below costal
margin.


Normal.


Normal.


185


120


Double cataract and diabetic
retinitis.




Diminished.


Sciatica; gout.


Present, not
evidently
due to dia-
betes.


Moderate.








li


Emaciated.


u


Slight pyor-
rhea.


a


it


Normal.


Normal.


Slight general
adenopathy.


it


118


88


Insurance refused for albumi-
nuria in 1899.




Stopped 1915.




Moderate.


Heavy.


+


+




a


a


it


Good.


Hypertrophied;
no pus foci.


It


ii


It


Normal.


Absent.










ii














Slightly cy-
anotic.


Good.


tc


Several miss-
ing.


Normal.


Arrhythmia;
hypertrophy;
mitral regur-
gitation and
stenosis.


a


it


a


Active.


160


120


Admitted on cardiorenal service.
Valvular disease; chronic in-
terstitial nephritis.




" 1912.






Heavy.








Flushed.


Emaciated.


ii


Caries.


Slightly en-
larged; pus
on pressure.


Normal.


ii


Edge felt at costal
margin.


ii


Normal.






Pneumonia subsequently under
treatment.


10








a


+
+


+




Very pale.


Moderately
emaci-
ated.


ii


Good.


Normal.


ii


ii


Normal.


it


Sluggish.






Received in coma.


lis-








ii


+




Flushed.


Moderately
emaci-
ated.


ii


Poor; moder-
ate pyor-
rhea.


Moderate in
size; pus on
pressure.


li


a


ii


Slight general en-
largement.


it






Received in incipient coma.






Cramps in
legs; head-
aches.


Not due to
diabetes.











Good.


Good.


ii


Good.


Normal.


C(


u


Edge felt at costal
margin.


Normal.


Normal.


160


80






Stopped Dec,
1916.






Trace.











Healthy.


<(


it


a


Missing.


t(


ii


Normal.


it


li


90


60






Diminished.


Headaches.


Not due to di-
abetes.


SUght.








u


Poor.


it


Much caries;
marked py-
orrhea.


Normal.


li


a


ii


Slight inguinal en-
largement.


Absent.






Troublesome insomnia; lues.










Heavy.


+


+




Flushed.


Fair.


Good.

Dicitized by


Hjrpertrophied; "
no pus foci.

MicrosofifE)


i(


it


Slight cervical and
axillary enlarge-
ment.


Normal






Received in incipient coma.



General data.


Family liistory.


Past history.




1


Sex.


Nationality or
race.


Age.


Occupation.


Diabetes.


Obesity.


Tuberculosis.


Other disorders.


Infections and accidents.


Nervous system.


Activity.


Habits.


Figure.


Digestion,


Bowels.




1

S


Childhood.


Adult.


Wasser-
mann test.


Alcohol.


Tobacco.


Appetite and
diet.


Acute or
gradual.


69


F.

M.

il

F.


Jew.


yrs.
39


Housewife.








Father, Bright's
disease. Moth-
er, cancer. 2
brothers, paral-
ysis.


Usual.


"Vaginal cellulitis"
twice; 5 abortions.





Very neurotic.


Worried, hectic
life.


Moderate.




Restrained.


Tendency
to obes-
ity.


Good.


Regular.


Acute.


70


American.


34


Physician.








Mother, tumor
and Bright's
disease.


Measles.






Normal.


Easy, quiet life.


Little.


Little.


Normal.


Normal.


iC


a


a


71




9


(Child.)
















u


Normal.






a


a


ii


a


ii


72


a


12


Schoolgirl.










Measles mumps; chick-
en-poj.






ti


it






ti


it


a


Constipated.


'(


73


a


ti


3


(Child.)


Paternal
grandfather.















it


ti






'*


a


ii


Regular;


ii


74


M.


li


23


Plumber.

















It


ti




Moderate.


a


a


a


a


a


75


Canadian
(Irish).


33


Teamster.










Measles; Humps.






iC


ti


Some excess.


Considerable.


li


ti


ii


ii


li


76


a


American.


4


(Child.)


Maternal
grandaunt;
cousin.








Whooping-(ough; otitis
media.

DinH-i




.«./K\


It


it






it


it


li


a


i(




















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i



TABLE 1— Concluded.



Past history.


Diabetic history.




Activity.


Habits.


Figure.


Digestion.


Bowels.


Onset.


Glycosuria discovered.


Weiglit.


Polyp Iia-
gia.


Polydipsia

and_
polyuria.


Pruritus.


Skin infections.


Albuminuria.


Menstruation or
sexual function.


Pains.


Alopecia.


Acidosis.




Alcohol.


Tobacco .


Appetite and
diet.


Acute or
gradual.


Date of first
symptoms.


Time,


Cause of examina-
tion.


dighest.


At
onset.


At
admis-
sion.


Degree.


ii

2.S


Hyperp-
nea.




Worried, hectic
life.


Moderate.




Restrained.


Tendency
to obes-
ity.


Good.


Regular.


Acute.


Dec, 1915


Jan., 1916


Polyphagia;
polydipsia;
polyuria; loss
of weight and
strength.


62.8


kg.

58.6


kg.

37.0


+


+


Extreme.







Stopped.


Head and
limbs.


Marked.


Heavy.


+







Easy, quiet life.


Little.


Little.


Normal.


Normal.




a


a


Sept., 1914


Sept., 1914


Polydipsia;
polyuria.


60.0


59.0


42.2


+








ii




Progressing.


ii






Normal.






a


i(




u


a


Oct., 1914


Oct., 1914


Polyphagia;
polyuria.






14.8


+


+






Trace.








ii


+




a






a


a


a


Constipated.


ii


Nov., 1915


Nov., 1915


Lassitude.






31.6












" at 2nd
admission.








ii


-


+




ii






a


a


"


Regular.


ii


Dec, 1915


Dec, 1915


Polydipsia; loss
of weight.






9.8





















Insignificant.






i(




Moderate.


a


u


"


a


'^


Jan., 1916


Feb., 1916


Polydipsia;
weakness.


63.8




43.6





+















Heavy.


+






it


Some excess.


Considerable.


a


a


a


li


ii.


June, 1914


1914


Polydipsia;
polyuria; loss
of teeth.


59.2




37.6




+








Stopped.




Moderate.


Slight.








i(






a


li


li


ii


ii


Feb., 1917


Mar., 1917 Polyuria.

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