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Hyaluronic Acid as a New Biomarker to Differentiate Acute Kidney Injury From Chronic Kidney Disease.

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Summary of "Hyaluronic Acid as a New Biomarker to Differentiate Acute Kidney Injury From Chronic Kidney Disease."

It may be difficult to differentiate acute kidney injury from chronic kidney disease in patients with no past medical reports of kidney function. This study aimed to investigate the role of serum hyaluronic acid (HA), which is known as a marker of fibrosis, in differential diagnosis of kidney failure.

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Name: Iranian journal of kidney diseases
ISSN: 1735-8604
Pages: 409-413

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