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Cardiovascular disease is a major problem in end‐stage renal disease (ESRD) patients, with calcification being one of the conspicuous features of arteriosclerotic vessels. In the present study, clinical analysis and in vitro cell culture were used to investigate factors promoting vascular...
Introduction. Adequate delivered dose of solute removal (as assessed by urea reduction and calculation of Kt/V) is an important determinant of clinical outcome in chronic haemodialysis (HD) patients. The requirement for multiple blood sampling and efforts taken to minimize the effects of rebound...
The first choice for imaging diagnosis of parathyroid gland (PTG) abnormalities is ultrasonography with a high‐frequency probe. The patient must be positioned correctly when performing either imaging or percutaneous ethanol injection (PEIT) of the PTG. The enlarged PTGs are examined by...
Background. The guidelines published by the NKF‐Dialysis Outcomes Quality Initiative (DOQI) in 1997 advocate an earlier start of dialysis in ESRD patients and a higher dialysis dose than usual. We studied the possible influence of the increasing emphasis on adequate dialysis on the management...
Uraemic patients with advanced secondary hyperparathyroidism (2HPT) have nodular hyperplastic glands with a decreased vitamin D receptor (VDR) density. Previous studies have shown that nodular hyperplasia expressed a significantly lower VDR density as compared with diffuse hyperplasia, and the...
A multicentre trial of percutaneous calcitriol injection therapy (PCIT) was designed to evaluate its clinical usefulness. During a 12‐week period, measurement of intact PTH concentration, and other parameters, and ultrasonography were carried out in conjunction with PCIT in 19 haemodialysis...
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