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Week 32: And Stress Commences in 3, 2, 1...

Busy week! I had a Pathophysiology exam (way harder than I anticipated) and a Pharmacology exam (way easier than I anticipated). On Tuesday I also had a Standardized Patient Experience. 121 more words

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Marescau B et al. Guanidino compounds in serum and urine of nondialyzed patients with chronic renal insufficiency. Metabolism. 1997;46(9):1024-31.

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Verhelst J et al. Serum creatine, creatinine, and other guanidino compounds in patients with thyroid dysfunction. Metabolism. 1997;46(9):1063-7.

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Tanaka A et al. Plasma, urinary, and erythrocyte concentrations of guanidino compounds in patients with chronic renal failure. Ren Fail. 1999;21(5):499-514.

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Yasuda M et al. Effect of cisplatin treatment on the urinary excretion of guanidinoacetic acid, creatinine and creatine in patients with urinary tract neoplasm, and on superoxide generation in human neutrophils. 10 more words

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Levillain O et al. Influence of 72% injury in one kidney on several organs involved in guanidino compound metabolism: a time course study. Pflugers Arch. 2001;442(4):558-69.

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