Ghada Boulahia

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Calciphylaxis or calcific uremia arteriopathy (CUA) is a rare and highly morbid condition that predominantly affects dialyzed end-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients1 . One-year survival rate is estimated to be 40-50%, with sepsis emerging as the leading cause of death 2 . Calciphylaxis presents with painful necrotic cutaneous ulcers, livedo racemosa,(More)
Calciphylaxis is a small vessel vasculopathy, characterized by medial wall calcification that develops in a few patients with chronic renal failure. The prognosis of skin calciphylaxis has improved considerably since the introduction of sodium thiosulfate (STS), but it remains unclear whether this therapy is effective against organ lesions related to(More)
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