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Predictive factors of renal involvement in cryoglobulinaemia: a retrospective study of 153 patients

Clinical Kidney Journal

Jun 1, 2019

Vladimir ColicheFouque Denis

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The course of cryoglobulinaemia varies widely, from asymptomatic patients to severe vasculitis syndrome. Renal involvement (RI) is the major prognostic factor, and frequently occurs several years after diagnosis. However, predictive factors for RI are not well known. The aim of our stud...read more

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Bipolar I Disorder
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Radionuclide Imaging
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Predictive factors of renal involvement in cryoglobulinaemia: a retrospective study of 153 patients

Clinical Kidney Journal

Jun 1, 2019

Vladimir ColicheFouque Denis

PMID: 31198536

DOI: 10.1093/ckj/sfy096

Abstract

The course of cryoglobulinaemia varies widely, from asymptomatic patients to severe vasculitis syndrome. Renal involvement (RI) is the major prognostic factor, and frequently occurs several years after diagnosis. However, predictive factors for RI are not well known. The aim of our stud...read more

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Bipolar I Disorder
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22
4

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