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Nephrosic syndrome

Shigeru Otsubo, Takashi Akiba
The principle therapy for edema should be targeted to the treatment of the primary disease. However, supportive care is required in most of cases. When effective circulating blood volume is increased, the use of a diuretic medicine is the main treatment strategy. Nevertheless, it is not enough to prevent respiratory and cardiovascular failure in some patients and immediate blood purification therapy, such as extracorporeal ultrafiltration method (ECUM), is required. When the cardiac function is poor, continuous therapy such as continuous hemodiafiltration (CHDF) or continuous hemofiltration (CHF) could be selected with stable circulatory effect...
January 2005: Nihon Rinsho. Japanese Journal of Clinical Medicine
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April 2, 1965: Annales de Pédiatrie
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June 1963: Revista Médica de Chile
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1958: Beiträge Zur Pathologischen Anatomie und Zur Allgemeinen Pathologie
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1956: Virchows Archiv Für Pathologische Anatomie und Physiologie und Für Klinische Medizin
A Chianta, L Chiono, E Profumo, S Testa
The renal complications in course of malaria have notably increased in number during the last years, as well as the cases of malaria in the world. This subject and a case of malaria in the world. This subject and a case of renal complication in course of malaria we could recently observe led us to re-examine the papers in which this problem was debated. Only the Pl. malaria and the Pl. falciparum can cause renal complications, as the first can produce a nephrosic syndrome and the second an acute renal insufficiency functional or organic, or a glomerulonephritis more often acute transitory, which can rarely develop into a nephrosic syndrome or into an acute renal organic insufficiency...
October 1981: Archivio Per le Scienze Mediche
T D'Avossa
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
April 1965: Annali di Ostetricia e Ginecologia
R Maiorca, L Scarpioni, V Cambi, G C Carrara, P Dall'Aglio
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
March 1969: Minerva Nefrologica
L Campanacci, A Castellani, P F Gambari, U Fagiolo, G F Romagnoli
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
March 1969: Minerva Nefrologica
A Meyrier, P Simon
We undertook a review of the literature concerning idiopathic NS in the adult (with MGL or due to FSGS) in an effort to assess the results obtained with corticosteroid and/or conventional immunosuppressive treatments. We found few usable published works and we were left with an impression of great imprecision. This imprecision stems both from frequently deficient definition of glomerular lesions and from different evaluations of responses to treatment. The almost total absence of controlled series, due to the rarity of nephrosis in the adult, hinders any firm conclusions with regard to the effect of treatments...
1988: Advances in Nephrology From the Necker Hospital
F Pupita, R Ansuini, G Frausini, G Pupita
Intensive saluresis, intended as an exceptional though real and practicable therapeutic approach, has made unimaginable progress possible in different sectors of Internal Medicine relating to hydrosaline balance alterations such as chronic and acute renal failure, nephrosic syndrome, refractory heart failure, acute pulmonary edema and ascites. We are proud to be the first who followed a path that assured patients compensation beyond "classic" therapeutic possibilities, and undoubtedly better quality of life, as well...
January 1991: Annali Italiani di Medicina Interna: Organo Ufficiale Della Società Italiana di Medicina Interna
R D'Amelio, C F Milano, S Le Moli, L Palmisano
The polyethylenglycol (PEG) precipitation technique has been employed for the measurement of immune complexes in the circulation of 100 normal subjects and in 14 patients suffering from a variety of diseases (systemic lupus erythematodes, nephrosic syndrome, cryoglobulinaemia, Buckley's syndrome). Values higher than 0.80 UA on the absorption scale were considered pathological, namely 2 standard deviations above the mean (0.32 UA) in the subjects examined; in the patients, values between a minimum of 0.98 UA and a maximum of 2...
December 22, 1979: Minerva Medica
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