Correlación entre la proteinuria de 24 horas y el índice proteinuria/creatinina en alícuotas de orina. Valor y limitaciones

León, Cristian; Palacios, Aída; Cieza, Michael; Huapaya, Julio; Cieza, Javier
April 2010
Revista Medica Herediana;abr-jun2010, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p59
Academic Journal
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