Clin Pediatr (Phila) volume 3, issue 5, P263-270 1964 DOI: 10.1177/000992286400300504 View full text
Harry Sonnenschein, Arnold A. Minsky, Benjamin Kramer

Abstract: TIE tiel)lirotic syndrome is a disease, the cause of which is unknown, the treatment unsatisfactory, and the prognosis uncertain. The uncomplicated nephrotic syndrome in children is characterized by the presence of edema, hypoproteinemia, hyperlipemia, and proteinuria, and by the absence of persistent hypertension, azotemia and gross hematuria. The more complicated forms include neonatal or infantile nephrosis, nephrosis superimposed upon severe diabetes, and the nephropathies of syphilis, amyioidosis, dissem…

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