This retrospective study looks at the rates of complete and partial remissions (CR’s and PR’s) in adult-onset minimal change disease patients who are maintained on steroid therapy with those who have failed steroid therapy. CR and PR rates are also analyzed in patients failing steroid therapy and placed on second-line agents, including mycophenolate, calcineurin inhibitors, and cyclophosphamide.



(Note: Additional information can be found below):
Renal Failure 2005, Volume 27, pp. 523-30


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Time Required (estimated): 30 minutes
Title: Adult Minimal-Change Disease: Clinical Characteristics, Treatment, and Outcomes
Citation: Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology 2007, Volume 2, pp. 445-53
Date Created: 2007
Revisions: None Indicated
Disclaimers: None (see page 452)
Resource Type: Text
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