Clinical Nephrology in Medical Practice
OverviewThis new text is directed to final year medical students, post graduate trainees and renal nurses and is designed to provide a concise and accessible introduction to renal medicine with a strong clinical emphasis. The book is divided into three sections which cover renal structure and function, clinical presentation, and specific renal diseases. The first section discusses renal anatomy and physiology, along with the clinical methods of assessment of structure and function and a single chapter is devoted to discussion of renal response to damage. Section Two consists of a patient-oriented approach to renal disease, commencing with history taking and examination of the patient, followed by discussion of approaches to the more common clinical syndromes which present in patients with renal disease. Specific renal diseases are covered in Section 3 which deals didactically with
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