Clinical Cases in Kidney Disease

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McGraw-Hill Australia, 2008 - Kidneys - 484 pages
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This book explores important clinical problems in general nephrology, dialysis and transplantation, using a case-based approach. Together the 32 chapters form a comprehensive collection of clinical vignettes in renal medicine. Each chapter covers a separate clinical problem, posing multiple-choice questions and providing a detailed explanation for each. Clinical Pearls highlight the key issues.Each graded into three disctinct levels, to provide pertinent information tailored to the reader's knowledge level.

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David Harris is Associate Dean of the Western Clinical School of the University of Sydney, at Westmead Hospital. He is a nephrologist and prior to his appointment as Associate Dean he was Director of Nephrology and Dialysis in Western Sydney. He is also a Past-President of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Nephrology, Chairman of the Medical and Scientific Advisory Committee and Director of Kidney Health Australia, Chairman of the Advisory Committee of the Australasian Kidney Trials Network, a member of the Executive of the Asian Pacific Society and International Societies of Nephrology, and Editor-in-Chief of the journal Nephrology.

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