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Fulminant cerebral infarction secondary to arterial thrombosis in adults with nephrotic syndrome is rare. We report a 42 year old male with fulminant right anterior cerebral and middle cerebral artery infarction. Minimal change disease of the kidney was documented by renal biopsy. The possible pathogenesis is discussed and pertinent literature reviewed.
It is often difficult to differentiate acute renal failure (ARF) from chronic renal failure (CRF) when the patient presents with advanced uremia for the first time. Assessments of kidney size, history of nocturia, and pallor are used as indirect indicators of CRF. Some investigators have proposed an estimation of finger nail creatinine concentrations to… (More)
DESIGN AND INTERVENTION All consenting patients who received hemodialysis at the outpatient unit of Toronto General Hospital, ON, Canada, between 15 January and 15 April 2005 were prospectively enrolled. Evidence of active tuberculosis was an exclusion criterion. Each patient underwent T-SPOT.TB testing, tuberculin skin testing, and an interview to… (More)
Acute renal failure (ARF) is characterised by progressive azotaemia, and for therapeutic purposes consideration of prerenal, intrinsic renal and postrenal types still holds good. Prerenal azotaemia is generally caused by loss of body fluids or blood, whereas postrenal azotaemia is effected by acute or chronic urinary tract obstruction. Provided these… (More)
Research during the last few years has uncovered the mechanisms responsible for acute renal failure. During the initiation phase of acute tubular necrosis sublethal injury, apoptosis or necrosis of the tubular epithelium, hemodynamic alterations, tubule obstruction and back leakage occur. Hypofiltration persists due to imbalance between endothelins and… (More)
Fresh urine samples from twenty patients with macroscopic haematuria were examined by phase contrast microscopy to study the erythrocyte morphology. Other appropriate investigation like - renal biopsy in suspected glomerulonephritis and appropriate urological investigations in other cases to prove the site of origin of erythrocyte were done in all cases.… (More)
The actions of vitamin D are not confined to bone. Vitamin D receptors are present in nearly all the nuclei and its actions are manifold. Populations deficient in vitamin D are at higher risk of developing autoimmune diseases, diabetes, cancer, infections, allergies and other chronic illnesses.