Nephropathy associated with use of a Chinese herbal product containing aristolochic acid.

@article{Chau2011NephropathyAW,
  title={Nephropathy associated with use of a Chinese herbal product containing aristolochic acid.},
  author={Winnie Chau and Richard E Ross and Jordan Y Z Li and Tuck Yean Yong and Sonja Klebe and Jeffrey A. J. Barbara},
  journal={The Medical journal of Australia},
  year={2011},
  volume={194 7},
  pages={
          367-8
        }
}
The Medical Journal of Australia ISSN: 0025729X 4 April 2011 194 7 367-368 ©The Medical Journal of Australia 2011 www.mja.com.au Lessons from Practice nephritis leading to renal failure and severe anaem worldwide problem, but its true incidence is unknow bly underestimated, and though many cases of AA reported, to our knowledge this is the first reported ca Many countries have prohibited the production and products containing AA, but despite bans, these prod to be available through the internet… CONTINUE READING

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