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ISBN:0632043911
Author: William M. Bennett,William L. Henrich,Robert W. Schrier
ISBN13: 978-0632043910
Title: Atlas of Diseases of the Kidney: Volume 5
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ePUB size: 1272 kb
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Language: English
Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; Volume 5 edition (May 11, 1999)
Pages: 248

Atlas of Diseases of the Kidney: Volume 5 by William M. Bennett,William L. Henrich,Robert W. Schrier



ISBN-13: 978-0632043910. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. Hardcover: 248 pages.

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His contributors assembled lucid and state-of-the-art educational materials related to the cellular and molecular mechanisms of renal injury and repair. Download Atlas of Diseases of the Kidney 5 vol set. Download from DEPOSITFILES Download from FILESONIC. Sponsored High Speed Downloads.

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Volume one. Volume two. Volume three. CHAPTER 1 DISEASES OF WATER METABOLISM Sumit Kumar and Tomas Berl. CHAPTER 4 DIVALENT CATION METABOLISM: MAGNESIUM James T. McCarthy and Rajiv Kumar. CHAPTER 5 DIVALENT CATION METABOLISM: CALCIUM James T.

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The Atlas of Diseases of the Kidney series offers unique educational images including coloured photographs, schematics, tables and algorithms. The nine section editors have selected contributing authors who are not only experts in their field but are also superb educators. The resulting five volumes contain 67 chapters with more than 2500 images and provide the best teaching materials available in the field. In Volume I, disorders of water and sodium balance; potassium, magnesium, phosphate, and calcium metabolism; and acid-based balance are eloquently covered in Tomas Berl's section. Joseph Bonventre edited the section on acute renal failure including ischemic and nephrotoxic insults. His contributors assembled lucid and state-of-the-art educational materials related to the cellular and molecular mechanisms of renal injury and repair. Diagnostic evaluation, renal histology, nutrition and support therapies including intermittent hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis, and continuous renal replacement therapies are illustrated.