Renal failure owing to oxalate nephrosis after jejunoileal bypass.

@article{Das1979RenalFO,
  title={Renal failure owing to oxalate nephrosis after jejunoileal bypass.},
  author={Sakti Das and B Joseph and Arthur Dick},
  journal={The Journal of urology},
  year={1979},
  volume={121 4},
  pages={
          506-9
        }
}
Oxalate nephrosis resulted in progressive renal failure in 4 patients after jejunoileal bypass for morbid obesity. In general, increased levels of oxalates in the blood and urine of such patients result from enhanced absorption of exogenous oxalates. Urinary calculous formation is determined further by concomitant deficiency of inhibitor substances, whereas oxalate nephrosis probably occurs as a result of oxalate deposition in renal interstitium via the blood stream. Clinical manifestations of… CONTINUE READING

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