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Precision of plasma clearance of iohexol for estimation of GFR in patients with renal disease.

@article{Gaspari1998PrecisionOP,
  title={Precision of plasma clearance of iohexol for estimation of GFR in patients with renal disease.},
  author={Flavio Gaspari and Norberto Perico and Massimo Matalone and O Signorini and Nadia Azzollini and Marilena Mister and Giuseppe Remuzzi},
  journal={Journal of the American Society of Nephrology : JASN},
  year={1998},
  volume={9 2},
  pages={
          310-3
        }
}
The choice of the optimal method for the measurement of renal function is based on the accuracy and the precision of the technique. The plasma clearance of nonradioactive iohexol has been proposed as a reliable alternative to renal clearance of inulin for estimation of GFR. However, the precision of this method in estimating GFR in patients with renal disease has not been determined so far. This issue was assessed by determining plasma clearance of iohexol on three different occasions during a… 

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