Covering all aspects of the many rheumatologic disorders associated with renal disease, including pathogenesis, clinical features and treatment, Rheumatology and the Kidney brings together the available information in an accessible and practical way, with a particular focus on evidence-based patient management. Part of the Oxford Clinical Nephrology Series, and featuring chapters from a team of international experts, this new edition has been completely
updated since publication of the first edition in 2001 and now contains more tables and figures to make the information more accessible.
Completely updated since publication of the first edition in 2001, and with more illustrations, this book brings together the available information on the many rheumatologic disorders associated with renal disease in an accessible and practical way, with a particular focus on evidence-based patient management.
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Number of pages: 488
Weight: 732 g
Dimensions: 234 x 155 x 27 mm
Edition: 2nd Revised edition
The individual chapters are written by 55 contributors who are at the forefront of their fields. The broad general review of the various disease categories, with clinical characteristics, diagnostic criteria, histopathological changes, immunological aspects and finally treatment, is comprehensive and academically well informed. This book should be in every office! * Journal of the Norwegian Medical Association *
This is an excellent tool for nephrologists and rheumatologists. The masterful organization will also attract internists and those interested in the care of patients with autoimmune disorders affecting the kidney. It provides an easily accessible reference on specific topics in autoimmune diseases affecting the kidney. This is an excellent resource. Given the updates about these disease processes since the 2001 edition, this update is especially valuable. * Doody's Review *