A study of random urine protein to creatinine ratio in the diagnosis of nephrotic syndrome in children

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Nephrotic syndrome is a common type of kidney disease seen in children. Historically, Roelans is credited with the first clinical description of nephrotic syndrome in the late fifteenth century, whereas Zuinger later provided a detailed description of the clinical course of the disease and its importance as a cause of chronic renal failure in the presteroid… (More)

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