Renal Handling of Uric Acid, Magnesium,Phosphorus, Calcium, and Acid Base in the Elderly

  • Carlos G. Musso
  • Joaquin Antonio Alwvarez Gregori
  • Juan-Florencio Macías-Núñez


Uric Acid Proximal Tubule Fractional Excretion Distal Tubule Renal Tubular Acidosis 
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  • Joaquin Antonio Alwvarez Gregori
  • Juan-Florencio Macías-Núñez

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