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TitleBasic, Clinical, and Surgical Nephrology [electronic resource] / edited by L. J. A. Didio, P. M. Motta
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 1985
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4613-2575-8
Descript XIV, 252 p. online resource

SUMMARY

This unique volume may very well foreshadow the treatment of renal disease in the twenty-first century. The editors have obviously compiled and reviewed the current clinical problems in which the kidney plays a major role. They then selected as topics for chapters those in which recent scientific investigations have added significant new data. The investigators themselves or their peers have been persuaded to produce a summary of current concepts of renal structure and function for each topic. The result is a volume which will be as invaluable as a clinical guide on the laboratory bench as it will be a reference for the clinician seeking guidance to rational therapy at the bedside. The strength of the volume lies in the incorporation of those data on renal cellular structure and function which hold the key to the etiology of the majority of renal diseases we now call 'end-stage'. Fully, two-thirds of the volume is devoted to current concepts of renal function and related subcellular structure of various renal tissues. The illustrations, correlations, and explanations are superbly presented in much detail and with an obvious effort to fill out the current knowledge of each subject. We may anticipate this book will remain a valuable reference for many years to come


CONTENT

1. Segments of the Kidney: the Anatomical Basis for Nephrosegmentectomy -- 2. Anatomical and Embryological Aspects of the Renal Venous Drainage -- 3. Embryogenesis of the Kidney -- 4. Microscopic Structure of the Kidney -- 5. Renal Vasculature as Observed by SEM of Vascular Casts. Basic, Architecture, Development and Aging of Glomerular Capillary Beds -- 6. Subcellular Structure of the Renal Glomerulus -- 7. Recent Research on Some Aspects of Proximal Tubular Transport Phenomena -- 8. Immunologic Aspects of Renal Transplantation -- 9. Current Concepts of Glomerular Diseases -- 10. Renal Vascular Diseases: Their Relationship to Hypertension -- 11. Renal Biopsies: Glomerular Subcellular Features -- 12. Dialysis -- 13. Radiological Modalities in the Examination of the Kidney -- 14. Clinical Aspects of Renal Insufficiency Induced by Drugs and Hepatic Disease -- 15. Surgical Aspects of Nephrology


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