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" When the specific gravity of the specimen first examined is under 1.010, further observation of the applicant and repeated complete urinary examinations are indicated. "
Chief Hospital Corpsman: A Course with Test Material and a Series of ... - Page 28
by U.S. Naval Hospital Corps School (Portsmouth, Va.) - 1955 - 123 pages
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Manual of the Medical Department of the United States Navy

United States. Navy Department. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery - 1927 - 620 pages
...and stated as the cause for rejection; but if albuminuria be present daily during a period of three days, it should be regarded as reason for rejection, even if the origin can not be determined. 1504. Procedure when specific gravity is abnormally low. — When the specific...
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Manual of the Medical Department, United States Navy

United States. Navy Department. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery - 1945 - 702 pages
...and stated as the cause for rejection; but if albuminuria be present daily during a period of three days, it should be regarded as reason for rejection, even if the origin cannot be determined. 2180 Procedure When Specific Gravity Is Abnormally Low. — When the specific gravity of the specimen...
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The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

1978 - 992 pages
...should, if possible, be determined and stated as the cause for rejection; but if albuminuria or casts are present daily during a period of 3 days, it should...rejection, even if the origin cannot be determined. (ii) When the specific gravity of the specimen first examined is under 1.010, further observation of...
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Code of Federal Regulations: Containing a Codification of Documents of ...

1961 - 1062 pages
...should, if possible, be determined and stated as the cause for rejection; but if albuminuria or casts are present daily during a period of 3 days it should...as reason for rejection, even If the origin cannot b< determined. (11) When the specific gravity of th< specimen first examined is under 1.010 further...
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The Medical Department of the United States Army in World War II.

United States. Army Medical Service - 1967 - 392 pages
...determined and stated as the cause for rejection, but if albuminuria is present daily during a period of six days it should be regarded as reason for rejection, even if the origin can not be determined. 83. Procedure when specific gravity is abnormally low. — When the specific...
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Appointments of Licensed Officers of the United States Merchant Marine as ...

United States. Coast Guard - 1957 - 48 pages
...if possible, be determined and stated as the cause for rejection; but if albumin uria or casts are present daily during a period of 3 days, it should...rejection, even if the origin cannot be determined. (2) If glucose is found in the urine, further observation is indicated and other tests to demonstrate...
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The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

1962 - 1196 pages
...should, if possible, be determined and stated as the cause for rejection; but if albumlnuria or casts are present daily during a period of 3 days, it should...rejection, even if the origin cannot be determined. (11) If glucose Is found In the urine, further observation Is indicated and other tests to demonstrate...
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The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

1967 - 368 pages
...should, if possible, be determined and stated as the cause for rejection; but if albuminuria or casts are present daily during a period of 3 days, it should...rejection, even if the origin cannot be determined. (2) If glucose is found in the urine, further observation is indicated and other tests to demonstrate...
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The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

1952 - 988 pages
...condition should, if possible, be determined and stated as the cause for rejection; but if albuminuria be present daily during a period of 3 days, it should...rejection, even if the origin cannot be determined. (iii) When the specific gravity of the specimen first examined is under 1.010, further observation...
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The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

1968 - 588 pages
...should, if possible, be determined and stated as the cause for rejection; but if albuminuria or casts are present daily during a period of 3 days, it should...rejection, even if the origin cannot be determined. (ii) When the specific gravity of the specimen first examined is under 1.010, further observation of...
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