Lithium and the kidney: an update.

@article{Waller1989LithiumAT,
  title={Lithium and the kidney: an update.},
  author={D. Waller and J. Edwards},
  journal={Psychological medicine},
  year={1989},
  volume={19 4},
  pages={
          825-31
        }
}
It is a little over a decade since Hestbech et al. (1977) reported histological changes in renal biopsy specimens taken from patients who had been treated with lithium. The more recent studies are considered in this review and recommendations for clinical practice are offered 
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