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A “heparinoid” substance measured by reaction with toluidine blue is excreted in the urine. In 27 patients this substance was determined in the pre- and postoperative periods. In 25 of the 27 patients, a rise occurred postoperatively. The significance of this rise is discussed.
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Received: March 23, 1964
☆Supported by a grant from the Dr. Marcus K. and Clara Harris Goldsmith Medical Research Foundation, Inc.
© 1965 Published by Elsevier Inc.