J L Ogrodowski

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The current literature suggests that renal autotransplantation is nearly uniformly effective in controlling the severe and debilitating pain of the loin pain-hematuria syndrome (LPHS). However, we report two patients thought to have this syndrome in whom renal autotransplantation did not result in long-term control of pain. In case 1, autotransplantation(More)
In passive or active Heymann nephritis (HN) in the rat, the immune complexes that form in the glomerular subepithelial space result in complement activation and the urinary (U) excretion of S protein-membrane attack complex (SC5b-9, MAC). Because of the similarities between HN in rats and membranous nephropathy (MN) in humans, it has been suggested that(More)
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