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Title Hepatitis C in renal disease, hemodialysis, and transplantation / volume editor, José M. Morales ; co-editors, Beatriz Domínguez-Gil [and others]
Published Basel : Karger, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (viii, 133 pages) : illustrations
Series Contributions to nephrology, 0302-5144 ; v. 176
Contributions to nephrology ; v. 176. 0302-5144
Contents Hepatitis C : epidemiology, diagnosis, natural history, and therapy / S. Pol [and others] -- Hepatitis C and renal disease : epidemiology, diagnosis, pathogenesis, and therapy / J.M. Morales, N. Kamar, L. Rostaing -- Hepatitis C-induced renal disease in patients with AIDS : an emergent problem / M. Praga, E. Gutirrez Solis, E. Morales -- Hepatitis C in hemodialysis : epidemiology and prevention of hepatitis C virus transmission / M. Jadoul, G. Barril -- Hepatitis C-related liver disease in dialysis patients / F. Fabrizi [and others] -- Treatment of hepatitis C in dialysis patients / N. Esforzado, J.M. Campistol -- Selection and management of hepatitis C virus-infected patients for the kidney transplant waiting list / D. Roth, R. Bloom -- Kidney transplantation in the patient with hepatitis C virus infection / J.M. Morales, R. Bloom, D. Roth -- Treatment of hepatitis C virus infection after kidney transplantation / L. Rostaing [and others] -- Immunosuppression in hepatitis C virus-infected patients after kidney transplantation / O. Manuel [and others] -- Impact of extrahepatic complications (diabetes and glomerulonephritis) associated with hepatitis C virus infection after renal transplantation / J.M. Cruzado, O. Bestard, J.M. Grinycent -- Renal transplantation from donors with a positive serology for hepatitis C / B. Domínguez-Gil [and others]
Summary Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is a major health problem worldwide, with currently over 150 million HCV-infected people on the five continents. Although there have been important advances in the diagnosis, prevention and therapy, the infection remains an important health problem in most countries. HCV infection is considered a systemic disease: Not only does it affect the liver, it can induce autoimmune, dermatological and renal disease. Moreover, soon after the discovery of HCV as the major cause of non-A non-B hepatitis, HCV infection was recognized as an important cause and consequence of chronic kidney disease. The publication at hand is an update on the most important topics concerning HCV infection, renal disease and problems with dialysis in the general population as well as in renal transplant patients. Also included is a chapter on the emerging problem of renal complications associated with HCV virus in patients with HIV infection. Containing contributions from a panel of internationally acclaimed experts, this publication is a timely update on HCV infection and the kidney
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Notes Print version record
Subject Hepatitis C.
Kidney Diseases -- complications.
Kidney Transplantation.
Renal Dialysis.
Hemodialysis.
Hepatitis C.
Kidneys -- Diseases.
Kidneys -- Transplantation.
Genre/Form Aufsatzsammlung
Form Electronic book
Author Domínguez-Gil, Beatriz.
Morales, José M. (José María), 1949-
ISBN 3805598211 (electronic bk.)
9783805598217 (electronic bk.)