David D. Hoelscher

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A number of changes in intrarenal hemodynamics and morphology are characteristic of diabetic nephropathy. These changes include: increases in intraglomerular pressure and volume, glomerular capillary permeability to macromolecules, and mesangial matrix expansion. Most antihypertensive drugs attenuate some of the increases in these parameters. Certain(More)
Hypertension and diabetes mellitus are a malignant combination of diseases for the kidney. They markedly increase the risk for progressive renal injury and are the largest single cause of renal failure. Strategies to reduce the risk for renal injury in hypertensive diabetics are very important. Although Type I and Type II diabetes are different diseases,(More)
Once-daily administration of 300 mg of lamivudine in combination with other antiretroviral agents has been proposed as a possible way to optimize anti-human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) treatment and to facilitate adherence. A single-center, randomized, two-way, crossover study was conducted in 60 healthy subjects to compare the steady-state(More)
Once-daily administration of 300 mg of lamivudine in combination with other antiretroviral agents has been proposed as a possible way to optimize anti-human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) treatment and to facilitate adherence. A single-center, randomized, two-way, crossover study was conducted in 60 healthy subjects to compare the steady-state(More)
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