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By Ana Monteiro Md/phd student
J L Dawson
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August 1975: Postgraduate Medical Journal
R P Burden, D V Ash, W N Boyd, J G Gray, G M ABER
Although acute renal failure is a well recognized complication of several extra-hepatic biliary tract diseases especially biliary tract surgery in the presence of obstructive jaundice, there is little information concerning renal failure in acute cholecystitis. Renal function was assessed in 14 patients with acute cholecystitis and two with acute cholangitis. Six patients had no evidence of renal impairment, four had modest elevations of plasma urea and creatinine concentrations and six had acute reversible renal failure of whom three required peritoneal dialysis...
January 1975: Quarterly Journal of Medicine
R Hiramatsu, J Hoshino, T Imamura, E Hasegawa, M Yamanouchi, N Hayami, K Sumida, N Sawa, T Suwabe, Y Ubara, K Takaichi
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June 2011: Internal Medicine Journal
H Bismuth, H Kuntziger, M B Corlette
Obstructive cholangitis with acute renal failure is a dramatic syndrome which merits individual definition. Twenty-one patients with acute suppurative cholangitis complicated by rapidly developing renal insufficiency were studied, and the severity of the renal failure, an acute interstitial tubulopathy, bore no significant relationship to the serum bilirubin level. The mechanism of renal damage was clearly related to episodes of septicemia. Increasing experience has modified the approach to treatment. The dominant septic problem can often be controlled by vigorous antibiotic and fluid therapy, allowing time for spontaneous improvements in renal function...
June 1975: Annals of Surgery
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