Role of renal biopsy in the diagnosis and prognosis of acute renal failure

Andreucci, Vittorio E.; Fuiano, Giorgio; Stanziale, Pasquale; Andreucci, Michelle
May 1998
Kidney International Supplement;May1998, Issue 66, pS-91
Academic Journal
Examines the role of renal biopsy in the diagnosis and prognosis of acute renal failure. Provision of information on the natural history of renal diseases; Detection of rejection and tacrolimus nephrotoxicity; Advancement of the technique with immunofluorescence microscopy and electron microscopy.


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