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Oxford Textbook of Clinical Nephrology 3-Volume Set includes a free CD containing the full contents of the book

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  • Edition: 3rd
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  • Copyright: 2008-04-24
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Unequivocally the most relevant and important textbook of clinical nephrology. This is the most authoritative, well written and comprehensive textbook of clinical nephrology combining the clinical aspects of renal disease important for the daily clinical practice whilst giving extensive information about the underlying basic science and current evidence available. This new edition highlights the numerous changes in clinical management that have arisen as a result of recently concluded clinical trials and there are now specific formal guidelines for optimal treatment of patients. Each section of the textbook has been critically and comprehensively edited under the auspices of one of the leading experts in the field. This text for this third edition has been ruthlessly edited, balanced, updated and pitched at the adult nephrologist. The emphasis throughout is on marrying advances in scientific research with clinical management. Where possible treatment algorithms are included to aid patient care. By comparison with other texts, Oxford Textbook of Clinical Nephrology has more than average coverage of pediatric issues. For this edition there has been increased focus on age and renal disease, nephrology as practised in countries of different stages of socio-economic development, evidenced-based nephrology, clinical outcomes, clinical audit and moral and ethical issues. Richly illustrated throughout in full color, this is truly a modern and attractive edition with comprehensive coverage of everything that has to do with clinical nephrology written by the worlds experts in the respective fields.

Table of Contents

Preface to the third edition xvii
Preface to the second edition xix
Preface to the first edition xxi
Contributors xxiii
Section 1 Assessment of the patient with renal disease
History and clinical examination of the patient with renal disease
3(20)
Alex M. Davison
Jean-Pierre Grunfeld
Maggie Fitzpatrick
Urinalysis and microscopy
23(24)
Giovanni B. Fogazzi
The clinical assessment of renal function
47(18)
Dominique Prie
Gerard Friedlander
Renal function in the newborn infant
65(8)
Peter R.F. Dear
Simon J. Newell
The ageing kidney
73(14)
Juan F. Macias-Nunez
J. Stewart Cameron
Imaging in nephrology
87(82)
Imaging techniques
87(51)
Ultrasound
87(7)
Jean-Michel Correas
Olivier Helenon
Plain radiography, excretion radiography, and contrast radiography
94(9)
Akira Kawashima
Andrew J. LeRoy
Percutaneous nephrostomy and ureteral stenting
103(4)
Francois Cornud
M. Gouahdni
Y. Chretien
Olivier Helenon
Renal arteriography
107(4)
Francis G. Joffre
Lisette El Hajj
CT scanning and helical CT
111(10)
Bernard E. Van Beers
Andre Noel Dardenne
Magnetic resonance imaging
121(8)
Akira Kawashima
Bernard F. King, Jr.
Isotope scanning
129(9)
John M.H. De Klerk
Henk Stevens
Hein A. Koomans
Jaap J. Beutler
Imaging strategies in clinical nephrology
138(31)
Haematuria, infection, acute renal failure, and obstruction
138(9)
Sven Dorph
Hypertension and suspected renovascular disease
147(6)
Jean-Michel Correas
Olivier Helenon
Renal biopsy--procedure and complications
153(3)
Claudio Ponticelli
Renal masses
156(4)
Olivier Helenon
Jean-Michel Correas
Arnaud Mejean
Living donor workup
160(3)
Claudio Ponticelli
Marco Cappelletti
Transplant dysfunction
163(6)
Olivier Helenon
Jean-Michel Correas
Arnaud Mejean
Emmanuel Morelon
Renal biopsy: indications for and interpretation
169(14)
Claudio Ponticelli
Michael J. Mihatsch
Enrico Imbasciati
Immunological investigation of the patient with renal disease
183(12)
Jo H.M. Berden
Jack F.M. Wetzels
The epidemiology of renal disease
195(18)
Paul J. Roderick
Terry Feest
Section 2 The patient with fluid, electrolyte, and divalent ion disorders
Hypo--hypernatraemia: disorders of water balance
213(28)
Nicolaos E. Madias
Horacio J. Adrogue
Hypo--hyperkalaemia
241(28)
Richard L. Tannen
Kenneth R. Hallows
Hypo--hypercalcaemia
269(18)
Neveen A.T. Hamdy
John A. Kanis
Hypo--hyperphosphataemia
287(22)
Caroline Silve
Gerard Friedlander
Hypo--hypermagnesaemia
309(12)
John H. Dirks
Clinical acid-base disorders
321(26)
Biff F. Palmer
Robert G. Narins
Jerry Yee
Section 3 The patient with glomerular disease
The renal glomerulus---the structural basis of ultrafiltration
347(16)
Marlies Elger
Wilhelm Kriz
Glomerular injury and glomerular response
363(26)
John Feehally
Jurgen Floege
John Savill
A. Neil Turner
The patient with proteinuria and/or haematuria
389(26)
J. Stewart Cameron
The nephrotic syndrome: management, complications, and pathophysiology
415(24)
Raymond A.M.G. Donckerwolcke
J. Stewart Cameron
Minimal change and focal--segmental glomerular sclerosis
439(30)
Alain Meyrier
Patrick Niaudet
IgA nephropathies
469(34)
Francesco Paolo Schena
Rosanna Coppo
Membranous nephropathy
503(20)
Heather Reich
Daniel Cattran
Mesangiocapillary glomerulonephritis
523(22)
Vijay Kher
Sanjeev Gulati
Acute endocapillary glomerulonephritis
545(14)
Bernardo Rodriguez-Iturbe
Crescentic glomerulonephritis
559(20)
Jeremy Levy
Charles D. Pusey
Antiglomerular basement disease
579(22)
A. Neil Turner
Andrew J. Rees
Infection related glomerulonephritis
601(24)
Philippe Lesavre
Alex M. Davison
Malignancy-associated glomerular disease
625(14)
Alex M. Davison
Barrie Hartley
Glomerular disease in the tropics
639(20)
Vivekanand Jha
Kirpal S. Chugh
Index
Preface to the third edition xvii
Preface to the second edition xix
Preface to the first edition xxi
Contributors xxiii
Section 4 The kidney in systemic disease
The patient with diabetes mellitus
659(20)
Ralf Dikow
Eberhard Ritz
The patient with amyloid or immunotactoid glomerulopathy
679(30)
Amyloidosis
679(23)
Nicola Joss
Michael Boulton-Jones
Fibrillary and immunotactoid glomerulopathy
702(7)
Stephen M. Korbet
Melvin M. Schwartz
Edmund J. Lewis
Kidney involvement in plasma cell dyscrasias
709(24)
Pierre M. Ronco
Pierre Aucouturier
Beatrice Mougenot
The patient with sarcoidosis
733(8)
Jean-Philippe Mery
The patient with vasculitis
741(56)
Pathogenesis of angiitis
741(12)
Coen A. Stegeman
Cees G.M. Kallenberg
The nephritis of Henoch--Schonlein purpura
753(13)
Rosanna Coppo
Alessandro Amore
Systemic vasculitis
766(31)
Gillian Gaskin
The patient with mixed cryoglobulinaemia and hepatitis C infection
797(12)
Antonio Tarantino
The patient with systemic lupus erythematosus
809(34)
The pathogenesis of systemic lupus erythematosus
809(15)
L.J. Mason
David A. Isenberg
Systemic lupus erythematosus (clinical)
824(19)
Claudio Ponticelli
Giovanni Banfi
Gabriella Moroni
The patient with scleroderma---systemic sclerosis
843(12)
Carol M. Black
Christopher P. Denton
The patient with rheumatoid arthritis, mixed connective tissue disease, or polymyositis
855(16)
Paul Emery
Dwomoa Adu
The patient with Sjogren's syndrome and overlap syndromes
871(8)
Patrick J.W. Venables
The patient with sickle-cell disease
879(24)
Ralph Caruana
The patient exposed to substance misuse, organic solvents, and smoking
903(20)
Substance misuse, organic solvents, and kidney disease
903(8)
Gordon M. Bell
Matthew L.P. Howse
Smoking and the kidney
911(12)
Stephan R. Orth
Section 5 The patient with tubular disease
The structure and function of tubules
923(20)
David G. Shirley
Robert J. Unwin
Isolated defects of tubular function
943(18)
George B. Haycock
Fanconi syndrome
961(14)
William G. van't Hoff
Renal tubular acidosis
975(20)
Horacio J. Adrogue
Nicolaos E. Madias
Hypokalaemic tubular disorders
995(10)
Nine V.A.M. Knoers
Patrick G.J.F. Starremans
Leo A.H. Monnens
Nephrogenic diabetes insipidus
1005(16)
Daniel G. Bichet
Michael Zellweger
Section 6 The patient with chronic interstitial disease
Mechanisms of interstitial inflammation
1021(12)
Frank Strutz
Claudia A. Muller
Gerhard A. Muller
Analgesic nephropathy
1033(16)
Wolfgang Pommer
Marc E. De Broe
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and the kidney
1049(10)
Wai Y. Tse
Dwomoa Adu
Uric acid and the kidney
1059(16)
J. Stewart Cameron
H. Anne Simmonds
Nephrotoxic metals
1075(16)
Richard P. Wedeen
Marc E. De Broe
Radiation nephropathy
1091(4)
Eric P. Cohen
Balkan nephropathy
1095(8)
Vladisav Stefanovic
J.P. Cosyns
Chinese herbs (and other rare causes of interstitial nephropathy)
1103(8)
J.P. Cosyns
Charles van Ypersele
Section 7 The patient with urinary tract infection
Lower and upper urinary tract infections in the adult
1111(20)
W.R. Cattell
Urinary tract infections in infancy and childhood
1131(20)
Heather J. Lambert
Malcolm G. Coulthard
Renal tuberculosis and other mycobacterial infections
1151(22)
John B. Eastwood
Catherine M. Corbishley
John M. Grange
Schistosomiasis
1173(12)
Rashad S. Barsoum
Fungal infections and the kidney
1185(14)
Krishan Lal Gupta
Section 8 The patient with renal stone disease
Aetiological factors in stone formation
1199(26)
Hans-Goran Tiselius
The medical management of stone disease
1225(18)
David S. Goldfarb
Fredric L. Coe
The surgical management of renal stones
1243(14)
Hugh Whitfield
Suresh K. Gupta
Nephrocalcinosis
1257(24)
Oliver Wrong
Renal and urinary tract stone disease in children
1281(14)
William G. van't Hoff
Section 9 The patient with renal hypertension
The structure and function of blood vessels in the kidney
1295(12)
Karlhans Endlich
Clinical approach to hypertension
1307(14)
Alison L. Brown
Robert Wilkinson
The kidney and control of blood pressure
1321(8)
Luis M. Ruilope
The effects of hypertension on renal vasculature and structure
1329(14)
Ulrich Wenzel
Udo Helmchen
Ischaemic nephropathy
1343(18)
Paramit Chowdhury
John E. Scoble
Hypertension and unilateral renal parenchymal disease
1361(10)
Michael Schomig
Ralf Dikow
Renovascular hypertension
1371(28)
B. Krumme
J.-R. Allenberg
I. Dulau-Florea
J.F.E. Mann
Malignant hypertension
1399(16)
Ralf Dikow
Eberhard Ritz
The hypertensive child
1415(20)
Wolfgang Rascher
Section 10 Acute renal failure
Epidemiology of acute renal failure
1435(10)
Ciaran Doherty
Acute renal failure: pathophysiology and prevention
1445(20)
Norbert Hendrik Lameire
Raymond Camille Vanholder
The clinical approach to the patient with acute renal failure
1465(30)
J.D. Firth
Renal replacement methods in acute renal failure
1495(16)
Vincenzo D'Intini
Rinaldo Bellomo
Claudio Ronco
Dialysis and haemoperfusion treatment of acute poisoning
1511(10)
Gunter Seyffart
Special acute renal failure problems
1521(70)
Glomerulonephritis, vasculitis, and the nephrotic syndrome
1521(10)
Philip D. Mason
Acute tubulointerstitial nephritis
1531(14)
Alexandre Karras
Frank Martinez
Dominique Droz
Acute renal failure associated with microangiopathy (haemolytic-uraemic syndrome and thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura)
1545(19)
C. Mark Taylor
Guy H. Neild
Acute renal failure in liver disease
1564(15)
Vicente Arroyo Perez
Andres Cardenas
Jose M. Campistol
Pere Gines
Ischaemic renal disease
1579(7)
John S. Smyth
Paramit Chowdhury
John E. Scoble
Hantavirus infection
1586(5)
Charles van Ypersele
Acute renal failure in a special setting
1591(56)
Infants and children
1591(13)
J. Trevor Brocklebank
Maggie Fitzpatrick
Pregnancy
1604(10)
Michel Beaufils
Acute renal failure in the tropical countries
1614(16)
Kirpal S. Chugh
Visith Sitprija
Vivekanand Jha
The elderly
1630(17)
Norbert Hendrik Lameire
Nele Van Den Noortgate
Raymond Camille Vanholder
Index
Preface to the third edition xvii
Preface to the second edition xix
Preface to the first edition xxi
Contributors xxiii
Section 11 The patient with failing renal function
Mechanisms of experimental and clinical renal scarring
1647(40)
A. Meguid El Nahas
Assessment and initial management of the patient with failing renal function
1687(30)
Michael J.D. Cassidy
Pieter M. Ter Wee
The patient with uraemia
1717(182)
Uraemic toxicity
1717(10)
Raymond Camille Vanholder
Griet Glorieux
Rita De Smet
Norbert Hendrik Lameire
Endocrine disorders
1727(10)
Markus Daschner
Franz Schaefer
Sexual disorders
1737(16)
Jurgen Bommer
Hypertension
1753(16)
Ralf Dikow
Christoph Wanner
Eberhard Ritz
Cardiovascular risk factors
1769(20)
Eberhard Ritz
Robert N. Foley
Gastrointestinal effects
1789(9)
Ciaran Doherty
Liver disorders
1798(8)
Matthias Girndt
Hans Kohler
Haematological disorders
1806(21)
Iain C. Macdougall
Kai-Uwe Eckardt
Skeletal disorders
1827(34)
Tilman B. Drueke
Eberhard Ritz
β2M Amyloidosis
1861(7)
Michel Jadoul
Charles van Ypersele
Effect on the immune response
1868(7)
Alessandro Amore
Rosanna Coppo
Coagulation disorders
1875(4)
Paola Boccardo
Carla Zoja
Giuseppe Remuzzi
Dermatological disorders
1879(7)
Claudio Ponticelli
Angelo Valerio Marzano
Ruggero Caputo
Neuropsychiatric disorders
1886(13)
Andrew Davenport
Section 12 The patient on dialysis
Dialysis strategies
1899(10)
Vincenzo Cambi
Salvatore David
Dante Tagliavini
Vascular access
1909(18)
Kazuo Ota
Haemodialysis, haemofiltration, and complications of technique
1927(28)
Christopher Olbricht
Gerhard Lonnemann
Karl-Martin Koch
Peritoneal dialysis and complications of technique
1955(34)
Ram Gokal
Adequacy of dialysis
1989(14)
James Tattersall
Medical management of the dialysis patient
2003(26)
Claude Jacobs
Psychological aspects of treatment for renal failure
2029(10)
Richard B. Weiner
Section 13 The transplant patient
Selection and preparation of the recipient
2039(10)
Andries J. Hoitsma
Lukas B. Hilbrands
Transplant immunology
2049(24)
The immunology of transplantation
2049(11)
Manikkam Suthanthiran
Terry B. Strom
Immunosuppression for renal transplantation
2060(13)
Daniel Abramowicz
K. Martin Wissing
Nilufer Broeders
Management of the renal transplant recipient
2073(68)
Surgery and surgical complications
2073(14)
Michael Nicholson
The early management of the recipient
2087(15)
Phuong-Thu T. Pham
Phuong-Chi T. Pham
Alan H. Wilkinson
Long-term medical complications
2102(16)
J. Douglas Briggs
Recurrent disease and de novo disease
2118(11)
Chas G. Newstead
Outcome of renal transplantation
2129(12)
Brian Junor
Section 14 Specific problems in chronic renal insufficiency
Chronic renal failure in children
2141(24)
Uwe Querfeld
Chronic renal failure in the elderly
2165(28)
J. Stewart Cameron
Juan F. Macias-Nunez
The diabetic patient with impaired renal function
2193(20)
Ralf Dikow
Eberhard Ritz
Section 15 The pregnant patient
The normal renal physiological changes which occur during pregnancy
2213(20)
Chris Baylis
John M. Davison
Renal complications that may occur in pregnancy
2233(10)
John M. Davison
Pregnancy in patients with underlying renal disease
2243(18)
John M. Davison
Chris Baylis
Pregnancy-induced hypertension
2261(26)
Ian A. Greer
Section 16 The patient with inherited disease
Strategies for the investigation of inherited renal disease
2287(10)
Friedhelm Hildebrandt
Edgar Otto
Cystic diseases
2297(28)
Polycystic kidney disease in children
2297(7)
Marie-France Gagnadoux
Autosomal-dominant polycystic kidney disease
2304(21)
Yves Pirson
Dominique Chauveau
Olivier Devuyst
Nephronophthisis
2325(10)
Remi Salomon
Marie-Claire Gubler
Corinne Antignac
Inherited glomerular diseases
2335(32)
Alport's syndrome
2335(9)
Bertrand Knebelmann
Jean-Pierre Grunfeld
Fabry disease
2344(11)
α-Galactosidase A deficiency
2344(7)
Robert J. Desnick
Other inherited metabolic storage disorders with significant renal involvement
2351(4)
Stephen H. Morgan
Jean-Pierre Grunfeld
Nail-patella syndrome and other rare inherited disorders with glomerular involvement
2355(4)
Guillaume Bobrie
Jean-Pierre Grunfeld
Congenital nephrotic syndrome
2359(8)
Hannu Jalanko
Christer Holmberg
Inherited metabolic diseases of the kidney
2367(30)
Cystinosis
2367(7)
Michael Broyer
Marie-Claire Gubler
The primary hyperoxalurias
2374(7)
Pierre Cochat
Marie-Odile Rolland
Inherited disorders of purine metabolism and transport
2381(16)
A.M. Marinaki
J. Stewart Cameron
H. Anne Simmonds
Renal involvement in tuberous sclerosis and von Hippel-Lindau disease
2397(10)
Hartmut P.H. Neumann
Elizabeth Petri Henske
Othon Iliopoulos
Sven Glaesker
Some rare syndromes with renal involvement
2407(14)
Jean-Pierre Grunfeld
J. Stewart Cameron
Section 17 The patient with structural and congenital abnormalities
The development of the kidney and renal dysplasia
2421(8)
Seppo Vainio
Vesicoureteric reflux and reflux nephropathy
2429(20)
Kate Verrier Jones
The patient with urinary tract obstruction
2449(22)
Muhammad Magdi Yaqoob
Islam Junaid
Congenital abnormalities of the urinary tract
2471(24)
Wolfgang Rascher
Wolfgang H. Rosch
Medullary sponge kidney
2495(10)
J. Stewart Cameron
Section 18 The patient with malignancy of the kidney and urinary tract
Renal carcinoma and other tumours
2505(20)
Manuel Urrutia Avisrror
Wilms' tumour
2525(16)
Christopher Mitchell
Tumours of the renal pelvis and ureter
2541(6)
Peter Whelan
Tumours of the bladder
2547(20)
Robert D. Mills
William H. Turner
Tumours of the prostate
2567(14)
Philip H. Smith
Section 19 Pharmacology and drug use in kidney patients
Drug-induced nephropathies
2581(18)
Marc E. De Broe
Handling of drugs in kidney disease
2599(20)
D.J.S. Carmichael
Action and clinical use of diuretics
2619
Rainer Greger
Florian Lang
Katarina Sebekova
August Heidland
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