Acute Intratubular Crystal Deposition Causing Permanent Renal Damage in the Pig
The description of guanine gout in pigs by Virchow (1,2) and the recent reported recurrent leg weakness in pigs (3) were believed to have a common aetiology and stimulated re-investigation of purine metabolism in the pig.
KeywordsCreatinine Clearance Renal Damage Distal Tubule Plasma Osmolality Urine Osmolarity
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