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INTRODUCTION Drug-induced lupus nephritis in patients treated with TNF α inhibitor is a rare adverse effect. Anti-TNF α therapies are commonly associated with the induction of auto-antibodies, whereas anti-TNF α-induced lupus is rare, most frequently involving arthritis and cutaneous lesions. However, several renal involvement has been reported. … (More)
Blastobotrys proliferans is an ascomycetous yeast never previously reported as a human pathogen. Here we report a case of peritonitis due to Blastobotrys proliferans in a 46-year-old man undergoing peritoneal dialysis.
BACKGROUND Access blood flow measurements are considered useful indicators for thrombosis prevention. It was the purpose of this study to compare measurements of access blood flow by two different techniques: duplex doppler and BTM thermodilution. METHODS Patients included must be on chronic hemodialysis on arterioveinous vascular access. They must be in… (More)