Aspirin, phenacetin, and the kidney: a rheumatism clinic study.


In a rheumatism clinic study in Brisbane, the consumption of aspirin and phenacetin compounds (APC) containing more than one kilogram of aspirin and phenacetin was significantly associated with overt renal papillary necrosis (RPN) and with a renal score, but when more than one kilogram of aspirin was taken without phenacetin there was no such association… (More)


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