Selected Talks

National Kidney Foundation of Illinois Special Symposium. September, 2001

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Distal Renal Tubular Acidosis: from the Ammonium Chloride Test to Genetic Analysis
Oliver M. Wrong, MD, FRCP


To better understand the pathogenesis, clinical presentation, and genetics of distal renal tubular acidosis.
Oliver M. Wrong, M.D., F.R.C.P.
Director of Renal Medicine, Post-Graduate Medical School of London (Hammersmith Hospital); Chairman of Medicine, St. Andrew's University School of Medicine, Scotland.
This talk was CME accredited at the time it was given. However no credit is available for this web version.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
To understand the genetic and clinical implications of renal tubular acidosis.

SPEAKER DISCLOSURE STATEMENT :
Dr. Wrong discloses no apparent conflicts of pertaining to the material discussed in this talk.