Plasma infusion therapy in atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome long term outcome.

Abstract

We report 2 boys with atypical (diarrhea negative) hemolytic uremic syndrome requiring dialysis, who recovered complete renal functions after receiving fresh frozen plasma infusion therapy. One patient relapsed and required second course of plasma infusion therapy. After a prolonged follow up, both showed normal renal functions with mild residual… (More)

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@article{Kohli2006PlasmaIT, title={Plasma infusion therapy in atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome long term outcome.}, author={Rahul M Kohli and Sanjeev K Gulati}, journal={Indian pediatrics}, year={2006}, volume={43 2}, pages={164-6} }