J M Griñó Boira

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Due to a combination of ingested ethanol and inhaled trichloroethylene (Tri) a 28 year old man developed toxic hepatitis and acute oliguric renal failure, both of which had a favorable evolution. Tri has been described as a cause of hepatic disfunction and acute renal failure due to acute tubular necrosis, although some of the cases described are(More)
Four cases of the uremic-hemolytic syndrome in the adult are presented. One of them was associated with the presence of the Australia antigen in the plasma. Another had recurrent and familial characteristics associated with the ingestion of oral contraceptives and exhibited a persistent activation of the C3 fraction and the presence of C3NeF (nephritic(More)
OBJECTIVES The shortage of renal grafts has led to the search for other alternatives. The use of grafts from non-heart-beating donors (NHBD) can increase the number of transplants 8% to 20%. Clinical studies conducted by different groups, have found that the long-term graft and patient survival are not different from those of recipients of kidneys from(More)
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