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  • [Nephrotic crisis in children]. [Journal Article]
    Urologiia 1999 Nov-Dec; (6):18-20Sharipov AM
  • The aim of the study was elucidation of diagnostic criteria of the nephrotic crisis in children with primary and secondary nephrosonephritis. 44 children with nephrotic crisis (59% of them had primary glomerulonephritis, 41% - secondary one) and 62 control patients with activity of nephrotic syndrome of the third degree were examined. The tested criteria were the following: the activity of the pa…
  • [Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome: historical aspects]. [Historical Article]
    Uisahak 2004; 13(1):37-61Lee JK, Hwang SI
  • A mysterious disease was first reported from Korea when it had been observed during late spring 1951 in UN Forces operating in the central area close to the 38th parallel. The disease showed distinctive features which included high fever, low blood pressure, hemorrhagic tendency and acute renal failure. Historically it was apparently a similar disease to a clinical entity designated as Epidemic h…
  • [Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome in Croatia--historical review]. [Historical Article]
    Acta Med Croatica 2003; 57(5):387-92Petricević I, Kuzman I
  • Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS) has been known from ancient times as a disease with many names, which raised great interest during the Korean war (1951-1954), occurring as a large epidemic (Korean hemorrhagic fever). Therefore, the subsequently discovered causative agent was named after the Hantaan River which runs along the 38th parallel and divides North Korea from South Korea. A s…
  • Disseminated intravascular coagulation in Korean hemorrhagic fever. [Journal Article]
    Bibl Haematol 1983; (49):181-99Lee M, Lee JS, Kim BK
  • To investigate the nature and role of coagulation and complement alterations in the pathogenesis of Korean hemorrhagic fever (KHF), the profiles from the early stages in 27 male patients were serially evaluated. Evidence of disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) was observed in 14 of the 27 patients (51.8%) sometime during the course of the disease. The earlier the coagulation tests were pe…
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