Severe lupus nephritis: the predictive value of a ≥ 50% reduction in proteinuria at 6 months.

Abstract

BACKGROUND A complete remission (CR) in severe lupus nephritis (SLN) is associated with a favorable long-term outcome. Initial therapy may be up to 6 months, but many patients do not achieve a CR until after 12 months. We assess the value of a ≥50% reduction in proteinuria (UPro) at 6 months in predicting the outcome in SLN patients. METHODS We evaluated… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/ndt/gft201

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