Acute Renal Failure due to Obstructive Uropathy
Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 212)
Obstruction of the urinary tract is relatively frequent,with an incidence of approximately 4% in an autopsy series of over 32,000 cases (see Richie,1983).
KeywordsAcute Renal Failure Renal Blood Flow Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Ureteral Obstruction Obstructive Uropathy
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