Clinical Autonomic Research
Official journal of the American Autonomic Society and the European Federation of Autonomic Societies
Clinical Autonomic Research aims to draw together and disseminate research work from various disciplines and specialties dealing with clinical problems resulting from autonomic dysfunction. Areas to be covered include: cardiovascular system, neurology, diabetes, endocrinology, urology, pain disorders, ophthalmology, gastroenterology, toxicology and clinical pharmacology, skin infectious diseases, renal disease.
This journal is an essential source of new information for everyone working in areas involving the autonomic nervous system. A major feature of Clinical Autonomic Research is its speed of publication coupled with the highest refereeing standards.
Substantial renal conversion of l-threo-3,4-dihydroxyphenylserine (droxidopa) to norepinephrine in patients with neurogenic orthostatic hypotension
Letter to the Editor
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