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Therapeutic use of human renal progenitor cells for kidney regeneration

Cell therapy holds promise to enable efficient repair of the adult human kidney, which could reverse damage caused by repeated renal injury. In this Review, Bussolati and Camussi consider the latest e...

Primary disease recurrence—effects on paediatric renal transplantation outcomes

Renal transplantation is the optimal form of renal replacement therapy for children with end-stage renal disease; however, disease recurrence can lead to graft loss, morbidity and death. In this Revie...

Diabetes: Metformin and renal insufficiency—is 45, or even 30, the new 60?

In an analysis of data from NHANES spanning from 1999 to 2010, Tuot et al. address two linked questions. Which patients with diabetes mellitus and renal insufficiency are reasonable candidates for me...

Decade in review—renal transplantation: A spectrum of advances in renal transplantation

Although the first 50 years of renal transplantation were marked by great advances in immunosuppressive therapies, the past decade has been marked by an unprecedented increase in technology. This prog...

RAS Inhibitors 'Underused' in Renal Patients After MI: Study

"Prescribers may be preferentially weighing renal function, as opposed to EF, in their decision-making process," say researchers. Heartwire from Medscape

Renal fibrosis: Kidney-specific deletion of Lkb1 perturbs intracellular metabolism and induces severe renal fibrosis

Renal injury: Prevention of talin-1-mediated activation of neutrophils protects against renal ischaemia–reperfusion injury

Renal Denervation: Where Are We?

Renal denervation for treatment-resistant hypertension may have hit some bumps in the road, but there's still reason for optimism, says Dr Murray Epstein. Medscape Nephrology

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Renal artery intervention in the post-CORAL era - obsolete or sometimes reasonable?

Significant renal artery stenosis may cause both secondary therapy-resistant arterial hypertension and renal failure. We report the case of a 74-year old man with an occlusion of the right renal arter...

Related factors for worsening renal function following percutaneous transluminal renal angioplasty (PTRA) in patients with atherosclerotic renal artery stenosis.

To identify candidates for PTRA in terms of the preservation of renal function, we herein evaluated factors that caused worsening renal function (WRF) after PTRA.

Urinary biomarkers for screening of renal scar in children with febrile urinary tract infection: Pilot Study.

Recurrent febrile urinary tract infections (fUTI) during infancy cause renal scar characterized by a progressive focal interstitial fibrosis and may lead to renal failure. Renal scar can be diagnosed ...

Stimulation of Dopamine D3 Receptor Attenuates Renal Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury via Increased Linkage With Gα12.

Renal ischemia-reperfusion (I/R) injury causes renal tubular necrosis, apoptosis, and inflammation leading to acute renal dysfunction. Recent studies have revealed that deletion of Gα12 mitigates the...

Renal Endometriosis Tends to Be Misdiagnosed as Renal Tumor: A Rare Case Report.

Renal endometriosis is a rare disease for which the mechanisms of pathogenesis are still unclear. As such, early diagnosis and an appropriate treatment are often delayed because of the tendency to be ...

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