By Bernard S. Kaplan M.B., B.Ch., F.C.P.(S.A.), Paul R. Goodyer M.D. (auth.), José Strauss MD (eds.)
My techniques in regards to the Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (HUS) bought all started in 1961 in addition to my try to go back to Argentina. As I sought my approach in Buenos Aires, I visited Carlos Gianantonio whom I had met in Caracas the 12 months sooner than through the Pan American pediatric conferences. at the moment he used to be actively engaged on HUS which had turn into a virulent disease in Buenos Aires and different elements of Argentina. i used to be inspired through the group attempt and devotion of his staff to such heavy calls for. They evidently have been assembly the problem at an amazingly excessive point less than a truly crippling actual state of affairs with shortages of house, laboratories and kit. His workforce including Dr. Becu, on the time the pathologist on the kid's clinic of Buenos Aires (we had met via his mom who was once instrumental in arranging my go back to Buenos Aires), wrote the various vintage papers on HUS. over the years as Dr. Gianantonio turned extra concerned about common pediatrics, the executive facets and its orientation in Latin the United States, he turned identified for his deep philosophical questions as to what we're doing and the place we're going. His questions have seen implications concerning an agressive method of our pediatric nephrology patients.
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50 There is much to be learned about the consequences of the microvascular lesions in the liver, the pancreas lungs. the adrenals and the Clinically they seem unimportant after the acute phase. Our insistence in the late development of chronic renal failure in the group of patients with greater risk, in our country points to the most relevant present problem posed by HUS. REFERENCES 1. : The hemolytic-uremic syndrome. J. Pediat. 64:478, 1964. 2. , Gallo, G. : The hemolytic-uremic syndrome. Nephron 11:174,1973.
Acute Renal Disorders and Renal Emergencies: Proceedings of Pediatric Nephrology Seminar X held at Bal Harbour, Florida, January 30 – February 3, 1983 by Bernard S. Kaplan M.B., B.Ch., F.C.P.(S.A.), Paul R. Goodyer M.D. (auth.), José Strauss MD (eds.)