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Various forms of kidney disease, especially 'ischaemic nephritis' and chronic nephritis
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- Parkes Weber, Frederick (1863-1962)
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Renal or nephritis oedema without albuminuria. Granular kidney, haemorrhagic nephritis, some cases of haematuria of uncertain causation, acute Bright's Disease. Epidemic nephritis, 'Trench nephritis', 'Nephritis of War'. Experimental nephritis from Uric acid etc. Acute uraemia of various kinds and of unknown origin (Dr Samuel West). Various forms of and recovery from albuminuric retinitis. 'Papillitis seris necrosticans'. Ophthalmoscopic changes in renal diseases and arteriosclerosis and similar changes in absence of kidney disease etc. See also other collections on subject of renal disease, albuminuria etc, especially collection on 'Anuria, haematuria etc) and collections on 'Albuminuria' cf also collections on 'Excessive knee-jerks... uraemia etc'. Also re subject of arterial 'hyperpiosia' *preferable term to 'hyperpyesis' (Clifford Allbutt) without renal disease-- Also notes cuttings cases of horseshoe kidney (two or more varieties) also re congenital 'angiogenetic (FPW) predisposition to renal diseases', renal hypoplasia, and cases of 'hypogenetic nephritis' and familial nephritis or albuminuria. Anephrogenesis and familial absence of one kidney. Contains also some cases of urinary disorder, diseases of the urinary bladder and the urethra etc (re diagnosis)
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