Renal function, protein excretion, and pathology of Balkan endemic nephropathy. III. Light and electron microscopic studies.

@article{Ferluga1991RenalFP,
  title={Renal function, protein excretion, and pathology of Balkan endemic nephropathy. III. Light and electron microscopic studies.},
  author={Du{\vs}an Ferluga and Asta Hvala and Alenka Vizjak and S Trnacevi{\'c} and Ahmet Halilbasi{\'c}},
  journal={Kidney international. Supplement},
  year={1991},
  volume={34},
  pages={S57-67}
}
This study was performed to evaluate histomorphological features of BEN in 50 kidney biopsies from patients who met the epidemiologic, clinical and laboratory criteria for BEN. This is the first such study reported in detail. The patients were divided into three groups based on the DTPA clearance values: group 1, greater than 99 ml/min, group 2, 51 to 99 ml/min, and group 3, 29 to 50 ml/min. All patients in all groups had an increase in proteinuria consisting of proteins less than 25,000… CONTINUE READING

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