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Frederic Crosby Bartter - bibliography

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American physician, born September 10, 1914, Manila, the Philippines; died May 5, 1983.


  • Anne. P. Forbes, F. C. Bartter:
    Edward C Reifenstein, Jr.
    Recent Progress in Hormone Research, 1976, 32: xiii-xvii.
  • H. G. Gullner, J. R. Gill Jr, F. C. Bartter, et al:
    A familial disorder with hypokalemic alkalosis, hyperreninemia, aldosteronism, high urinary prostaglandins and normal pressure that is not Bartter’s syndrome.
    Transactions of the Association of American Physicians, Philadelphia, 1979, 92: 179-188.
    Gullner's syndrome.
  • J. R. Gill Jr, F. C. Bartter:
    Evidence for a prostaglandin-independent defect in chloride reabsorption in the loop of Henle as a proximal cause of Bartter's syndrome.
    The American Journal of Medicine, 1978, 65: 766-72.
  • Rolf Luft:
    Frederic C Bartter: Den svampälskande endokrinologen som lämndade föga åt slumpen.
    In the series: Mannen bakom syndrome [The Man Behind the Syndrome], Läkartidningen, Stockholm, 1991, 44: 3669-3670.

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