Primer on Kidney Diseases
A review of kidney disease, fluid and electrolyte disorders, hypertension, dialysis and renal transplantation.
- Paperback | 427 pages
- 213.36 x 276.86 x 22.86mm | 1,065.94g
- 23 Dec 1995
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
Table of contents
Overview of renal function, J.P. Briggs and J.B. Schnermann; clinical evaluation of renal function, A.S. Levey; urinalysis, A. Greenberg; hematuria, C.E. Kastan; proteinuria, S. Anderson; renal imaging techniques, H.M. Pollack; glomerular clinicopathologic syndomes, R.J. Falk and J.C. Jenette; immunopathogenesis of renal disease, E.G. Nielsen; minimal change nephropathy, N.J. Siegel; membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis, J.V. Donadio, Jr.; focal segmental glomerulosclerosis, G. Appel; membranous nephropathy, S. Adler and C.C. Nast; nephropathy and related disorders, B.A. Julian; acute poststreptococcal or infectious glomerularnephritis, S.C. Jordan; rapidly progressive glomerularnephritis, J.P. Johnson; Goodpasture's syndrome, A.J. Fish; renal involvement vasculitis systemic vasculitis, R.J. Falk and J.C. Jennette; renal manifestations of systemic lupus erythematosus and other rheumatic disorders, J.E. Barlow; diabetic nephropathy, S. Goldfarb; renal disease in the dysproteinemias, G. Appel; renal manifestations of HIV infection, P.Y. Schoenfeld; pathophysiology of acute renal failure, M.S. Paller; ischemic acute renal failure, B.A. Molitoris; renal failure caused by therapeutic agents, T.M. Coffman; acute renal failure due to metabolic derangements, C. Westenfelder; pigment nephropathy, J.P. Knochel; acute intersitial nephritis, C.M. Meyers; management of acute renal failure, F.N. Hutchinson; nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs - effects of kidney function, A. Whelton; hyperxaluria and other chronic tubulointestinal diseases, R. Chesney; lithium-induced renal disease, G.L. Braden; lead nephropathy, R.P. Wedeen; medullary cystic disease and medullary sponge kidney, E. Avner; renal papillary necrosis, G. Eknoyan; obstructive uropathy, S. Klahr; vesicoureteral reflux and reflux nephropathy, J.A. Velosa; sickle cell nephropathy, V.M. Buckalew, Jr. and J.I. Scheinman; polycystic and acquired cystic disease, P.A. Gabow. (Part contents).