Cortisone and Its Analogues in the Nephrotic Syndrome

  • Published 2008


If ACTH, cortisone, hydrocortisone, prednisone or prednisolone is given in appropriate doses for two or three weeks to a patient suffering from the nephrotic syndrome, it is sometimes accompanied or followed by a series of events, the most striking of which (as noted by Farnsworth, I950) is a profuse diuresis. Less often, however, there is in addition a… (More)


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