[Nephrotic syndrome as indication for one-stage bilateral renal embolisation (author's transl)].


A 42-year-old patient suffered from a nephrotic syndrome due to primary perireticular amyloidosis. One year after diagnosis the renal protein loss increased to 40 g/d within a short time so that sufficient substitution was no longer possible. The creatinine clearance was 7-10 ml/min so that haemodialysis was performed as a vital measure to remove excessive… (More)