Renal function after leptospirosis.

Abstract

It is generally assumed that a patient who survives an attack of leptospirosis is left with normal kidneys (Van Thiel, 1948; Gsell, 1952; Ross Russell, 1959), but no long-term follow-up study has been published and certain facts suggest the need for such an investigation. Firstly, the frequency of renal damage in this disease is illustrated by the reports… (More)

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