Insulin and the kidney.

@article{Rubenstein1975InsulinAT,
  title={Insulin and the kidney.},
  author={A. Rubenstein and M. Mako and D. Horwitz},
  journal={Nephron},
  year={1975},
  volume={15 3-5},
  pages={
          306-26
        }
}
Changes in renal function and structure are frequently observed in patients with diabetes mellitus. In the early phases of the disease, alterations in glomerular filtration rate, renal plasma flow, glomerular permeability and tubular capacity for glucose reabsorption occur. In the late stages of juvenile onset diabetes, renal failure is a common cause of death. For this reason, increasing attention is being paid to the possibility of long-term dialysis and renal transplantation in these… Expand
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