Imran Saif

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Case A 50-year-old man was seen for chronic renal failure of unknown origin. He had been diagnosed in 1981 and monitored continuously while his renal functions had deteriorated slowly; his current glomerular filtration rate was 17 ml/min. On this occasion, he was seen by a new doctor who observed that he was hard of hearing. The day was unusually bright and(More)
Fig. 1. Annual changes in urinary protein (UP, left panel), estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR, middle panel) and augmentation index (AI, right panel). 1. Takenaka T, Mimura T, Kanno Y et al. Qualification of arterial stiffness as a risk factor to the progression of chronic kidney diseases. Am J Nephrol 2005; 25: 417–424 2. Mimura T, Takenaka T,(More)
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