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Title: 尿中申性17-KetosteroidsのPolarograph的定量の研究 第III篇:精神薄弱少年の尿中中性17-KetosteroidsのPolarograph的測定による研究
Other Titles: A Study of the Polarographic Quantitative Analysis of the Urinary 17-Ketosteroids 3.Urinary Neutral 17-Ketostyeroids by Means of Polarographic Estimation in Oligophrenia
Authors: 玉置, 明  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: TAMAKI, Hajime
Issue Date: Apr-1960
Publisher: 京都大学医学部泌尿器科教室
Journal title: 泌尿器科紀要
Volume: 6
Issue: 4
Start page: 276
End page: 284
Abstract: Polarographic quantitative analysis of urinary 17-ketos t e roids has been described in Part I and II. Analysis of urinary 17-ketosteroids of the neurasthenics at the Kyoto Medical Juvenile Reformatory were undertaken. Few reports are available at p r e sent regarding to urinary 17-ketosteroids of the neurasthenics. Daily output of 17-ketosteroids, chromatographic pattern, diurnal variation and ACTH-test were carried out in 65 subjects consisted of 35 neurasthenics at the reformatory whose ages ranged between 17 and 22 years , 15 normal males of the same range of age at the reformatory and 15 normal males in the community. 1) The average urinary output of 17-ketosteroids in the neurasthenics was 7.85 mg/day (4.87-12.6m g/day), which was lower than that (8.45m g/day) of normal males at the reformatory and that (9.04 mg/day) of normal males in the community. 2) In chromatographic pattern of 17-ketosteroids, IV+V was low e r in the neurasthenics than in the rest of 2 groups. But the ratio of IV-MTto VI+VII was mor e than 1.75 and IV was higher than V. 3) There was no s ignif i i cant d fference in diurnal variation between the normal males in the reformatory and the community. The standard deviation of fracti on was within 4.2 per cent. 4) I n ACTH-test, fraction of VI, VII and III was remarkably increased, while IV, V was not changed significantly. 5) Each polar o gram of fraction III, IV, VI+VII produced by 17-ketosteroids extracted from the urine collected during the period of before and after 24 hours of ACTH-test.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/111932
Appears in Collections:Vol.6 No.4

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