[Analgesic nephropathy].

Abstract

Analgesic nephropathy is characterized by poor clinical symptoms. Abnormal urinary findings are rare. The disease is usually discovered if advanced renal damage has occurred with elevated serum creatinine, papillary necrosis, microhematuria and renal colics. There is abundant evidence, that abuse of phenacetin leads to analgesic nephropathy. Aspirin may… (More)

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