C[sub3] Deposition in Renal Arterioles in the Loin Pain and Haematuria Syndrome

Naish, P.F.; Aber, G.M.; Boyd, W.N.
September 1975
British Medical Journal;9/27/1975, Vol. 3 Issue 5986, p746
Academic Journal
Examines the possible pathogenic mechanisms of the loin pain and hematuria syndrome. Presentation of abnormalities of intrarenal vessels; Examination of specimens of renal tissue; Use of the monospecific antisera.


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