G V Volgina

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Renal damage in HIV infection may result from direct action of HIV and from other causes including nephrotoxic action of medicines. HIV-infected patients receive a wide spectrum of medicines and can be placed in a risk group of drug-induced damage to the kidneys. Risk of nephrotoxicity should be considered in administration of antiretrovirus drugs in HIV(More)
AIM To determine the significance of immune factors in the pathogenesis of kidney injuries in HIV infection, by investigating the cellular and cytokine components of an immune response. MATERIALS AND METHODS Thirty HIV-infected patients (mean age 31.7±6.2 years) with chronic kidney disease (CKD) were examined. A comparison group consisted of 10(More)
AIM To evaluate the clinical and morphological variants of kidney abnormalities in HIV-infected patients. SUBJECTS AND METHODS Thirty HIV-infected patients (60% men and 40% women) aged 26 to 54 years (mean age 31.6 +/- 4.7 years) who had undergone diagnostic needle renal biopsy were examined. The indication for the biopsy was nephrotic syndrome (NS)(More)
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