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Early in the morning, my intern told the patient that his kidneys had quit working, that he was in danger from electrolyte derangements, ..read more
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The world’s climate crisis has spared no one. Science tells us that the harms of climate change will worsen with time if we fail to take ..read more
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Presentation of Case. Dr. Doll L. Golden (Medicine): A 65-year-old woman was admitted to this hospital because of falls, weakness, dark ..read more
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Thresholds for hypertension and prevailing concepts about hypertension have shifted over time. Constructs about the consequences of ..read more
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Membranous nephropathy, the leading cause of nephrotic syndrome in adults (approximate incidence among white adults without diabetes, 8 to ..read more
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Membranous nephropathy is the leading cause of nephrotic syndrome in white adults. Spontaneous remission occurs in approximately 30% of ..read more
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The number of people who die from kidney disease every year has risen over the past decade and is now estimated at 5 million to 10 million ..read more
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The increasing prevalence of type 2 diabetes during recent decades is the primary factor accounting for the substantial global increase in ..read more
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To the Editor: Since the inception of the United Network for Organ Sharing in 1987, the number of patients awaiting a kidney transplant in ..read more

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