Oxford Textbook of Clinical Nephrology (Τόμοι 3) (Παλαιοβιβλιοπωλείο)
This three-volume set aims to provide detailed coverage of the field of clincial nephrology. Emphasis is placed on helping the nephrologist or general physician to solve clinical problems on the basis of a thorough understanding of scientific principles. Nephrology relies increasingly on other disciplines such as immunology, genetics and molecular biology; therefore this textbook offers an integrated approach to renal diseases, emphasizing the biological basis of the latest diagnostic and therapeutic tools. Additional specialist editors in physiology, clinical pharmacology and paediatrics have edited relevant sections throughout the book to ensure adequate coverage and accuracy. The final section deals with renal disease as seen by specialists in other fields - dermatology, ophthalmology and oncology - thereby offering a guide to understanding the diverse non-renal complications of kidney disease. The book should be of interest to practising nephrologists, general physicians and urologists, and to other specialists who encounter renal disease during the course of their work.
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