6 edition of The history of albuminous nephritis found in the catalog.
by The Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at UCL in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Traité des maladies des reins et des altérations de la sécrétion urinaire.|
|Statement||by Pierre-François Olive Rayer (1793-1867) ; French text translated by Diana Berry and Stewart Cameron, Latin text translated by Michael Booker, introduction and commentary by Campbell Mackenzie.|
|LC Classifications||RC902 .R3313 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||2005363531|
ACUTE HÆMORRHAGIC NEPHRITIS IN CHILDREN. Author exudative [quot] nephritis. The latter is the form described fully in most text- books, and is characterised in a typical case by general oedema., headache, vomiting, a rise of temperature, a reduction in the quantity of urine, which is albuminous to a degree exceeding that accountable for by Cited by: 2. History of albuminous nephritis which forms part of his seminal three volume work on nephrology and urology, Traité des maladies des reins (). Rayer's erudite study follows on from Richard Brighťs 1 work on nephritis, and offers both an historical perspective and a .
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main. REPERTORY by Oscar E. BOERICKE, M.D. Presented by Médi-T. URINARY SYSTEM. AFFECTIONS * BLADDER * KIDNEYS * URETHRA * URINARY FLOW * . Historical Archive Urinary microscopy from the seventeenth century to the present day Giovanni Battista Fogazzi, 1 * J. Stewart Cameron, 2 1 Divisione di Nefrologia e Dialisi, Ospedale Maggiore, IRCCS, Milano, Italy Divisione di Nefrologia e Dialisi, Ospedale Maggiore, IRCCS Milano Italy 2 Renal Unit, United Medical and Dental School, London, England, United Kingdom Renal Unit, United Medical Cited by:
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The History of Albuminous Nephritis () [Rayer, Pierre-Francois Olive; Berry, Diana; Mackenzie, Campbell [Editor]; Cameron, Stewart [Translat] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The History of Albuminous Nephritis ()Author: Stewart [Translat Rayer, Pierre-Francois Olive; Berry, Diana; Mackenzie, Campbell [Editor]; Cameron.
In Dr. Bright's exposition, one finds, in summary, the entire history of albuminous nephritis, its acute and chronic forms. One can only regret that, in the later description which he gives of the lesions which produce dropsy, he loses sight of the anatomical characteristics of albuminous nephritis, which he had so well observed and by: 1.
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Click and Collect from your local Waterstones. The History of Albuminous Nephritis 2 is a translation from the French and Latin of a work by Pierre-François Olive Rayer () originally published in In his introduction, Campbell Mackenzie describes Rayer as ‘one of the foremost and greatest physicians to have adorned the renal specialty, dwarfing in many ways the achievements of his renowned colleague, friend and inspiration, Richard.
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The History of Albuminous Nephritis Pierre-Francois Olive Rayer (), French text, Campbell M. Med Hist Suppl. ;(24); discussion The history of albuminous nephritis. Rayer PF. PMCID: PMC PMID: Cited by: 1. This book provides a collection of lectures pertinent to Bright's disease, including febrile, obstructive, and lithemic nephritis.
Organized into three sections encompassing 15 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the presence of an albuminous body in the urine that is coagulated by heat or precipitated by neutralization.
The History of Albuminous Nephritis. Medical History, Suppl. 24 by Pierre-François Olive Rayer, Diana Berry, Stewart Cameron, Michael Booker, Campbell Mackenzie (pp. Pierre-Francois Olive Rayer. The History of Albuminous Nephritis. French text translated by Diana Berry and Stewart Cameron.
Latin text translated by Michael Booker. Intro. and commentary by Campbell Mackenzie. Autores: S. Peitzman; Localización: Bulletin of the history of medicine, ISSNNº.
3,págs. ; Idioma: español. Nephritic syndrome is a syndrome comprising signs of nephritis, which is kidney disease involving often occurs in the glomerulus, where it is called ulonephritis is characterized by inflammation and thinning of the glomerular basement membrane and the occurrence of small pores in the podocytes of the glomerulus.
Specialty: Nephrology. The History of Albuminous Nephritis French text translation by D Berry and S Cameron; Latin text translated by M Booker; introduction and commentary by C Mackenzie. London: Wellcome Trust Centre Author: Richard Ashcroft.
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The ‘History of albuminous nephritis’ represents only a small part of Rayer's work on the kidney. Three years after the publication in of Dr. Richard Bright's seminal work on nephritis, Reports of medical cases, Rayer set aside his distinguished career in dermatology.
The History of Albuminous Nephritis 2 is a translation from the French and Latin of a work by Pierre-François Olive Rayer () originally published in In his introduction, Campbell Mackenzie describes Rayer as ‘one of the foremost and greatest physicians to have adorned the renal specialty, dwarfing in many ways the achievements.
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Those books listed but not reviewed will ultimately be given to the Clendening Library, Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas City, Kansas. The History of Albuminous Nephritis. Medical History, Supplement no.
London, Wellcome Trust Centre for the History .Rayer divided his history of albuminous nephritis into four parts, corresponding to the various combinations of the three hallmarks of the condition, i.e. diseased kidneys at autopsy, dropsy in life and a finding of albumin in the urine.Pierre-François Olive Rayer.
The History of Albuminous Nephritis. French text trans-lated by Diana Berry and Stewart Cameron. Latin text translated by Michael Booker. Intro, and commentary by Campbell Mackenzie. Medical History, Suppl. no. London: Wellcome Trust Centre for the History .