The patient presenting with proteinuria and a history of brain tumour in childhood: is there a quietly lurking nephrological nemesis?

weeks. A neurosurgical consultant refused to accept Case report our recommendation of shunt removal as he was not convinced of the diagnosis. A week after the initiation In August 1995, an 18-year-old youth was initially of antibiotic therapy, 3 and 4 levels increased to 205 referred for the evaluation of microscopic haematuria and 11 mg/dl, respectively… CONTINUE READING