The kidney in hypertensive pregnancies--victim and villain.

Abstract

Many changes in renal function occur in normal pregnancy. Without a proper understanding of these changes, routine clinical investigations may easily be misinterpreted. Women with preeclampsia have further alterations in renal function and, in occasional cases, develop acute renal failure. Understanding of abnormal renal physiology and hormonal changes in… (More)

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