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Title:
Primer on kidney diseases
Author:
Greenberg, Arthur, 1950-
Edition:
Second edition.
Publication Information:
San Diego : Academic Press, [1998]

©1998
Physical Description:
xix, 542 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
General Note:
"National Kidney Foundation."
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9780122990908
Format :
Book

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This Second Edition of the National Kidney Foundation's Primer on Kidney Diseases provides an up-to-date review of kidney disease, fluid and electrolyte disorders, hypertension, dialysis, and renal transplantation. All material has been thoroughly revised from the First Edition, making this edition the new authority on kidney diseases. The Second Edition summarizes key information of practical value to nephrologists, endocrinologists, primary care physicians, family practitioners, internists, house staff, medical students, and other professionals providing health care to patients with kidney disease. Each chapter is written by an established expert in the field with superior writing and teaching skills. Careful editing ensures a consistent depth of coverage and uniform style, as well as a balanced approach to controversial topics. The result is a state-of-the-art approach to clinical disorders of kidney disease and electrolyte metabolism.


Table of Contents

Overview of Renal Function and StructureJ.P. Briggs and W. Kriz and J.B. Schnermann
Clinical Evaluation of Renal FunctionA.S. Levey
UrinalysisA. Greenberg
HematuriaC.E. Kashtan
ProteinuriaS. Anderson
Renal Imaging TechniquesH. Mindell
Hyponatremia and Hypoosmolar DisordersJ.G. Verbalis
HypernatremiaP.M. Palevsky
Metabolic AcidosisD.C. Batlle
Metabolic AlkalosisE.R. Jones
Respiratory Acidosis and AlkalosisN.E. Madias
Approach to Acid-base DisordersM. Goldberg
Disorders of Potassium MetabolismM. Allon
Disorders of Calcium and Phosphorus HomeostasisD.A. Bushinsky
Edema and the Clinical Use of DiureticsD.H. Ellison
Glomerular Clinicopathologic SyndromesR.J. Falk and J. C. Jennette
Immunopathogenesis of Renal DiseaseJ.R. Sedor and D.L. Cibrik
Minimal Change NephropathyN.J. Siegel
Membranoproliferative GlomerulonephritisV.D. D'Agati
Focal Segmental GlomerulosclerosisG.B. Appel
Membranous NephropathyS.G. Adler and C.C. Nast
IgA Nephropathy and Related DisordersB.A. Julian
Goodpasture's Syndrome and Anti-GBM DiseaseC.O.S. Savage
Renal Function in Congestive Heart FailureW.T. Abraham and R.W. Schrier
Renal Function in Liver DiseaseM. Epstein
Poststreptococcal and Other Infection Related GlomerulonephritidesS.C. Jordan and A. Bagga and R. Fredrich and A. Moudgil
Renal Involvement in Systemic VasculitisR.J. Falk and J.C. Jeanette
Renal Manifestations of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus and Other Rheumatic DisordersJ.E. Balow
Diabetic NephropathyJ. Breyer
Dysproteinemias and AmyloidosisP.W. Sanders
Renal and Urologic Compilations of Cancer and its TreatmentM.B. Garnick
Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome/Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic PurpuraR.L. Siegler
Renal Manifestations of HIVP.Y. Schoenfeld
Pathophysiology of Acute Renal FailureR. Safirstein
Approach to the Patient with Acute Renal FailureR.D. Toto
Renal Failure Caused by Therapeutic AgentsT.M. Coffman
Cholesterol and Atheroembolic Renal DiseaseA. Greenberg
Acute Renal Failure Due to Metabolic DerangementsC. Westenfelder
Pigment NephropathyJ.P. Knochel
Acute Interstitial NephritisC.M. Meyers
Management of Acute Renal FailureF.N. Hutchinson
Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs and the KidneyV.M. Buckalew, Jr
Principles of Drug Therapy in Renal FailureA. Ateshkadi
Sickle Cell NephropathyJ.I. Scheinman
Polycystic and Acquired Cystic DiseasesP.A. Gabow
Alport's Syndrome and Related DisordersM.C. Gregory
Medullary Cystic DiseaseE.D. Avner
Tubulointerstitial DiseaseW.F. Finn
Lithium-induced Renal DiseaseG.L. Braden
Lead NephropathyW.F. Finn
HyperoxaluriaD.S. Milliner
Medullary Sponge KidneyE.D. Avner
Renal Papillary NecrosisG. Eknoyan
Obstructive UropathyS.M. Korbet
Vesicoureteral Reflux and Reflux NephropathyJ.A. Velosa
NephrolithiasisA.G. Wasserstein
Urinary Tract InfectionsW.E. Stamm
Renal and Urinary Tract NeoplasiaR.R. Bahnson
The Kidney in Infants and ChildrenR.A. Gomez
The Kidney in PregnancyS.H. Hou
The Kidney in AgingJ.G. Porush
The Uremic SyndromeR.C. Vanholder
Hemodialysis and HemofiltrationA.K. Cheung
Peritoneal DialysisB. Piraino
Outcome of End-Stage Renal Disease TherapiesW.E. Bloembergen
Progression of Renal DiseaseT.H. Hostetter
Management of the Patient with Chronic Renal DiseaseP.L. Kimmel
Nutrition and Renal DiseaseB.J. Maroni
Renal Osteodystrophy and Other Musculoskeletal Complications of Chronic Renal FailureJ.A. Delmez
Cardiac Function and Cardiac Disease in Renal FailureR.N. Foley and P.S. Parfrey
Neurologic Manifestations of Renal FailureC.L. Fraser
Hematologic Manifestations of Renal FailureJ. Himmelfarb
Endocrine Manifestations of Renal FailureE.C. Kovalick
The Evaluation of Prospective Renal Transplant RecipientsB.L. Kasiske
Renal Transplantation: Immunosuppression and Postoperative ManagementD.J. Norman
Pathogenesis of HypertensionS.C. Textor
Essential HypertensionJ.V. Nally, Jr
Renovascular HypertensionL.P. Svetkey
Therapy of Hypertension
Subject IndexJ.M. Flack