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Evidently, the authors’ comment, in the diagnosis of deficiency, determination of plasma Mg may be as misleading as that of potassium. During development, the magnesium content of muscle, in common with the other intracellular constituents, increases steadily. 7 meq/kg wet weight. When, however, these results are recalculated on a dry-weight basis no such trend is apparent and the magnesium content of the muscle in meq/kg dry weight is roughly the same at all stages of development; this agrees with those authors’ figures for magnesium content expressed as meq/kg intracellular water .
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Methods and Interpretations” ( R . F. ), pp. 5-15. Churchill, London, 1959. MAGNESIUM C . P. Stewart' . and S C Frazer Department of Clinical Chemistry. University of Edinburgh. Department of Chemical Pathology. University of Aberdeen. Scotland Page . 1 Introduction ..................................................... 2. The Distribution of Magnesium in the Body .......................... 1. Magnesium in Extracellular Fluid ............................. 2. Magnesium in Cells of Soft Tissues ............................
Advances in Clinical Chemistry, Vol. 6 by Harry Sobotka (Ed.), C.P. Stewart (Ed.)