Lucas Radaelli

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In minimal-change steroid-sensitive nephrotic syndrome with selective proteinuria, mesangial IgA deposition at immunofluorescence is a very rare finding which has been previously considered a pure coincidence. Two patients, aged 6 and 14 years, respectively, with a steroid-sensitive but frequently relapsing nephrotic syndrome and highly selective(More)
We retrospectively studied the incidence of urological complications in a consecutive series of 590 patients (group B) who received a kidney transplant (KT) with a ureteral stent from January 1994 to December 2002. The ureteral stent was sewn to the bladder catheter during the surgical procedure and left in situ for a mean time of 10 days (range 8 to 12(More)
BACKGROUND Over the last decade, the growing body of work on spine pathology has led to developments and refinements in the areas of basic science, diagnosis and treatment of a variety of spine conditions. Scientific publications have a global impact on the international scientific community as they share vital information that can be applied by physicians(More)
Twelve episodes of acute renal failure (ARF) in 11 children hospitalised for non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) are reported. Six of 11 were classified as abdominal Burkitt type lymphoma, three as lymphoblastic convoluted cell lymphoma, and two as lymphoblastic lymphoma. Oliguria was present in six cases. Duration of ARF ranged from 3 to 23 days. Only one child(More)
BACKGROUND The number and quality of scientific publications reflects the standards of scientific research in a country. However, the contribution of Indian spine surgeons toward global publications is unknown. The goal is to study the publications of Indian spine surgeons between 2000 and 2013. MATERIALS AND METHODS A literature search of the(More)