Diabetic Nephropathy

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Christoph Hasslacher
Wiley, Dec 5, 2001 - Medical - 334 pages
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This volume will focus on and emphasise the clinical relevance of diabetic nephropathy, a relatively common problem of diabetes. It affects about one in three patients with Type 1 diabetes, and left untreated can lead to a progressive decline in renal function, accompanied by retinopathy and arterial hypertension, which, in turn, leads to cardiovascular disease - a common cause of death in these patients. Diabetic Nephropathy will also provide the reader with a solid grounding in current basic and clinical research.

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Contents

Natural Course of Diabetic Nephropathy
19
Biochemical
39
Haemodynamic
59
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ABC of Diabetes
Peter J. Watkins
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Robert Slater has written about such major business personalities as George Soros, Jack Welch, and Bill Gates. His books have appeared on the BusinessWeek, Wall Street Journal, and New York Times bestseller lists. Slater lives in Israel and New York.

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