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Carbohydrate anomalies in human African trypanosomiasis


, : Carbohydrate anomalies in human African trypanosomiasis. Medecine d' Afrique Noire 39(4): 304-305

Results of an oral test for hyperglycaemia, carried out in 24 patients with trypanosomiasis, showed disturbances in sugar regulation, particularly marked in patients in the meningo-encephalitic stage of the disease.

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