Nicola Marrone

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The association of a spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia tarda (SED-T) with the nephrotic syndrome (NS) was found in three siblings. They have counsaguineous (first cousins) healthy parents. Patient 1 was a boy who was admitted to hospital for oedema at the age of 8 years: NS was diagnosed, renal biopsy revealed mesangioproliferative glomerulonephritis. After 4(More)
We have evaluated the urinary excretion of promoting (calcium, phosphorus, uric acid, oxalate) and inhibiting (citrate, magnesium, glycosaminoglycans) factors of crystallization in subjects with idiopathic hypercalciuria and calcium urolithiasis and in a control group. The examined children had a free diet and were drug free for the last 2 weeks. They were(More)
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