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Proposed causes of renal papillary necrosis (RPN) include tubular toxicity due to hyperconcentration of toxins in the renal medulla and vasoconstriction of medullary vessels with ischemic necrosis. The authors studied these mechanisms in bromoethylamine hydrobromide-induced RPN in rats by microvascular and tubular micropuncture injection studies. During(More)
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