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eBook The Kidney and Hypertension in Diabetes Mellitus ePub

by Carl Erik Mogensen

  • ISBN: 0792379012
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Carl Erik Mogensen
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 5th edition (August 31, 2000)
  • Pages: 722
  • ePub book: 1130 kb
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The first sporadic observations describing renal abnormalities in diabetes were published late in the 19th century, but systematic studies of the kidney in diabetes started only half a century ago after the paper by Cambier in 1934 and the much more famous study by Kimmelstiel and Wilson in 1936. These authors described two distinct features of renal involvement in diabetes: early hyperfiltration and late nephropathy.

Specialist patient populations and hypertension and causes of hypertension are also covered in detail.

The Kidney and Hypertension in Diabetes Mellitus Carl Erik Mogensen Springer 9780898389586 : The first sporadic observations describing renal abnormalities in diabetes were published late in . Specialist patient populations and hypertension and causes of hypertension are also covered in detail.

New studies deal with the diagnosis and treatment of both incipient and overt nephropathy by metabolie, antihypertensive, and dietary invention. Considerable progress has been made in the management of end-stage renal failure and also in the management and treatment of nephropathy in the pregnant diabetic woman.

Diabetes hypertension and kidney disease in the pima indians. 75. Economic evaluations of strategies for preventing renal disease in noninsulin dependent

Diabetes hypertension and kidney disease in the pima indians. Economic evaluations of strategies for preventing renal disease in noninsulin dependent. 96. Measurement of albumin and other urinary proteins in low concentration in diabetes.

12. Effect of insulin on the kidney and the cardiovascular system. 13 Value of screening for microalbuminuria in people with diabetes as well as in the general population. 14. Incidence of nephropathy in IDDM as related to mortality - 15. Dysfunction of the vascular endothelium and the development of renal and vascular complications in diabetes. 16. Urinary tract infections in patients with diabetes mellitus. 17. Light microscopy of diabetic glomerulopathy: the classic lesions.

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A significant amount of work within the traditional areas has been published, and several new dimensions are now being developed, mostly in the experimental setting.

Few complications of systemic diseases are better understood than diabetic nephropathy. In large part, progress in this area is due to Carl Erik Mogensen's steadfast preoccupation over more than three decades with the disorder's epidemiology, pathogenesis, pathophysiology, clinical diagnosis and evolving strategies of management. Though he sparked progress in each of these areas, he generously opens the forum of discussion to many expert contributors to this latest and most comprehensive edition of this exemplary textbook. In eliciting all relevant and up-to-date views, the reader, whether internist, pediatrician or specialist in endocrinology or nephrology, is assured a thorough review of the entire subject and in a format which is exceptionally well-written, well-illustrated and easy to read. Each of the prior editions have been an essential resource for my own work in this field and the 5th edition will no doubt continue to provide the information I and others will require to move forward in the years ahead. If only the other renal diseases were as masterfully synthesized, how much easier our task would be of achieving a comprehensive vision of all else in clinical nephrology. Barry M. Brenner, M.D., Samuel A. Levine Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School