HIV-associated nephropathies: epidemiology, pathology, mechanisms and treatment

  title={HIV-associated nephropathies: epidemiology, pathology, mechanisms and treatment},
  author={Avi Z Rosenberg and Saraladevi Naicker and Cheryl A. Winkler and Jeffrey B. Kopp},
  journal={Nature Reviews Nephrology},
HIV is a highly adaptive, rapidly evolving virus, which is associated with renal diseases including collapsing glomerulopathy—the classic histomorphological form of HIV-associated nephropathy. Other nephropathies related to viral factors include HIV-immune-complex kidney disease and thrombotic microangiopathy. The distribution of HIV-associated kidney diseases has changed over time and continues to vary across geographic regions worldwide. The reasons for this diversity are complex and include… CONTINUE READING
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