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These results suggest that the antinephritic effects of saireito in HIGA mice may be partly due to the inhibiton of PDGF tyrosine kinase by oroxylin A and isoliquiritigenin, components of saireito.
A 20-year-old Japanese woman was admitted to a hospital because of gross hematuria. She was diagnosed with IgA nephropathy with a poor prognosis, based on the formation of many crescent s in the glomerulus and monocyte infiltration in the interstitium in a renal biopsy specimen in February 2003....
The kidney is capable of regeneration. In response to a variety of insults, renal epithelial tubular cells dedifferentiate into an immature phenotype, proliferate, migrate to the injured area, and redifferentiate into mature polarized epithelial cells. In animal models of acute kidney injury...
The advantage of the C4dpAb for immunohistochemistry is of value for reconsidering the role of C4d in glomerular diseases.
These data suggest that a low fetuin-A level is a useful predictor of malnutrition and inflammation, as well as being a useful predictor of the cardiac failure caused by an increased ventricular load in hemodialysis patients.
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) causes various bone mineral disorders, which have recently been named CKD mineral and bone disorder (CKD-MBD). CKD-MBD is associated with extremely high cardiovascular disease (CVD) morbidity and mortality in the endstage kidney disease (ESKD) population. Thus,...
Glomerulonephritis secondary to infective endocarditis (IE) is an uncommon diagnosis and is usually associated with cardiac valvular infection by blood-culture-positive bacteria. We report a case of necrotizing glomerulonephritis associated with culture-positive endocarditis caused by...
A 21-year-old man was admitted to our hospital because of leg edema. Because laboratory findings revealed massive proteinuria and hypoproteinemia, he was diagnosed as having nephritic syndrome caused by minimal change disease. He was given a continuous heparin infusion and intravenous steroid...
Viral infections–especially HCV and CMV–were more prevalent in the group of patients with persistent hepatic dysfunction, with duration of dialysis as an important risk factor for HCV infection. Dose-dependent cyclosporine-induced hepatic dysfunction was observed early post-transplant....
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