Am Soc Nephrol --Nov: 1995

Selected Abstracts




Clinical Nephrology


Reduced circulatory volume/sepsis/hepatorenal

c Is the administration of dopamine associated with adverse outcomes in acute renal failure?
c The role of loop diuretics in acute renal failure? A double- blind, randomised controlled trial

Cyclosporine, ARF in transplant patients

c Thyroid hormone for treatment of acute tubular necrosis in renal allografts: a prospective, randomized trial

Embolic disease

c Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis due to cholesterol atheroembolic disease: Clinicopathologic correlations

Acute glomerulonephritis/RPGN

c Effect of initial histology and plasmapheresis treatment on prognosis in RPGN: results of the German prospective randomized multicenter study
c Superantigen-related glomerulonephritis and vasculitis due to MRSA infection

Acute interstitial nephritis/NSAID

c Renal gallium scintigraphy helps decision-making in acute renal failure

Radiocontrast media

c Effect of hemodialysis after contrast media application in adults with renal insufficiency

Post surgical

c Acute renal failure following cardiac surgery

Urinary tract obstruction

c Distinctive effects between obstructive and non-obstructive pyelocaliectasis by duplex-Doppler ultrasonography

Infections (other than hepatitis, peritonitis)

c Outcome of HIV-infected patients on hemodialysis

Hereditary polycystic disease

c Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease patients are at risk for recurrent intracranial aneurysms
c Rate of loss of renal function in hypertensive and normotensive autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease patients

Hyperkalemia

c Trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole in standard dose causes hyperkalemia
c Hyporeninemia is associated with erythropoietin deficiency in type I diabetic patients
c Examination for the thiazide-sensitive Na-Cl cotransporter as a candidate gene in Gordon's syndrome

Renal biopsy techniques, tips, complications

c Bleeding time does not predict bleeding complications post renal biopsy
c Timing of complications in percutaneous renal biopsy: what is the optimal period of observation?

Diabetes

c Effect of nondihydropyridine calcium antagonists on progression of nephropathy from non-insulin dependent diabetics: a five year follow-up study
c The ACE gene polymorphism in patients with diabetic nephropathy
c Short-term comparison of ACE inhibition vs. calcium channel blockade in African Americans with type II diabetic nephropathy
c Long-term effect of captopril on kidney function in normotensive insulin-dependent diabetic patients with diabetic nephropathy
c Correlates of diabetic and non-diabetic renal disease in NIDDM
c Smoking -- a major predictor of nephropathy in newly diagnosed type II diabetes
c Kidney/pancreas transplant versus kidney transplant alone
c Efficacy of captopril in normotensive diabetic patients with microalbuminuria - 8 years follow up
c Progression of overt diabetic nephropathy: Role of metabolic control
c Glomerular structure in long term type II diabetes with and without microalbuminuria
c Cyclosporine nephrotoxicity in insulin-dependent diabetic patients: an eight year follow up
c Renal production of TGF-beta is increased in diabetic patients
c Progression of diabetic nephropathy and the insertion/deletion polymorphismof the ACE gene

Focal, collapsing, fibrillary GN

c The impact of plasmapheresis on recurrent focal glomerular sclerosis in renal allografts
c Results of a 6 month randomized control trial of cyclosporine versus placebo in adults with steroid-resistant, idiopathic, focal segmental glomerulosclerosis
c Glomerular number in focal segmental glomerulosclerosis and minimal change nephrotic syndrome

IgA Nephropathy

c The deletion polymorphism in the ACE gene is a risk factor for the progression to renal failure independent of the M235T polymorphism in the angiotensinogen gene
c A family history of hypertension is associated to nephrosclerosis and predicts the future onset of hypertension in patients with IgA nephropathy

Hepatitis-associated nephropathy

c Infection with hepatitis C virus increases the risk of de novo glomerulonephritis in renal transplant recipients
c Serological and virological profiles in renal transplant candidates
c Liver histology in renal transplant patients after more than 10 years of HCV infection
c Localization of HCV in renal tissue of HCV-infected patients with cryoglobulinemic mesangiocapillary glomerulonephritis: an immuno- histochemical study
c Glomerular disease in HIV-infected patients with hepatitis C virus

HIV-associated nephropathy

c Clinicopathologic evaluation of prednisone treatment or patients with HIV nephropathy
c Response to early and prolonged inhibition of angiotensin converting enzyme in HIV-associated nephropathy
c HIV/AIDS as a cause of renal failure
c Contribution of globulins to plasma oncotic pressure and the presence of edema in HIV patients with proteinuria
c Cryoglobulinemia in HIV-infected patients with renal disease
c Captopril increases renal survival in patients with HIV nephropathy
c Absence of edema in HIV-infected patients with ESRD
c Prednisone ameliorates the progression on HIV-associated nephropathy
c Decreasing incidence of severe acute renal failure in patients with HIV infection
c Renal disease prevalence and risk factors among HIV-infected inner city residents
c Are we missing an epidemic of HIV-associated nephropathy?

Lupus nephritis

c Renal lesions in drug induced lupus syndromes

Membranous GN

c Changing incidence of idiopathic glomerular diseases in adults
c Therapy of membranous glomerulonephritis with nephrotic syndrome. Five year follow-up of a prospective, randomized study
c Urinary C5b-9 in early and advanced renal insufficiency in membranous nephropathy

Vasculitis (Wegener's PAN, etc.)

c Assessing the severity of renal disease in systemic vasculitis: how to the histopathologic data predict renal outcome?
c Prevention of relapses in systemic vasculitis
c ANCA-associated vasculitis and renal involvement: preliminary results of a prospective randomized study comparing daily oral versus monthly I.V. cyclophosphamide application
c Humanized monoclonal antibody therapy for Wegener's granulomatosis
c Prevention of relapses of Wegener's granulomatosis by treatment with co-trimoxazole. A placebo controlled trial.
c Outcome of children with ANCA positive glomerulonephritis

Renal Stones: Diagnosis

c Primary hyperoxaluria types I and II: clinical and lithogenic features

Renal Stones: Etiology

c Decreased bone formation in idiopathic hypercalciuric calcium stone formers explains reduced bone density
c A prospective study of dietary and supplemental calcium and the risk of kidney stones in women


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