Is it possible to predict parameters of the Oxford classification of primary IgA Nephropathy from clinical laboratory data? Focus on the role of segmental glomerulosclerosis subtypes.

@article{Monteiro2019IsIP,
  title={Is it possible to predict parameters of the Oxford classification of primary IgA Nephropathy from clinical laboratory data? Focus on the role of segmental glomerulosclerosis subtypes.},
  author={Maria Lu{\'i}za Gonçalves dos Reis Monteiro and Matheus Rodrigues Vieira and L. H. M. Pereira and Liliane Silvano Ara{\'u}jo and Crislaine Aparecida da Silva and L{\'u}cio Borges Ara{\'u}jo and L. Rocha and M. Reis and J. R. Machado},
  journal={Pathology, research and practice},
  year={2019},
  pages={
          152533
        }
}
INTRODUCTION IgA nephropathy (IgAN) is the most common primary glomerulonephritis in the world and has a broad range of histological and clinical manifestations, ranging from morphologically normal to globally sclerotic glomeruli with clinical manifestations varying from isolated hematuria to end stage renal disease. This study aims to assess sensitivity, specificity and accuracy of clinical data at the time of biopsy in predicting 2017 updated Oxford classification parameters and to… Expand
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