Overview.- Stages of disease and clinical features.- Pathogenesis and pathophysiology.- Patient assessment.- Treatment options.
Written by leading international experts in the field:
George Bakris, University of Chicago, USA
Allison Hahr, Northwestern University, USAMark Molitch, Northwestern University, USARomesh Khardori, Eastern Virginia Medical School, USADaisuke Koya, Kanazawa Medical University, JapanFriedrich Prischl, Medical University of Vienna, AustriaBijin Thajudeen, University of Arizona, USAGuntram Schernthaner, University of Vienna, Austria
"In an effort to present the latest in evidence-based care for diabetic nephropathy, the book targets multiple providers, from primary care to specialty care. It is written for medical students, residents, and all who care for patients with diabetic kidney disease. It will be most useful for students in the academic setting rotating in primary care, endocrinology, or nephrology. ... recommend this as an easy read for those in primary care with a large population of patients with diabetes mellitus." (Jon Webb, Doody's Book Reviews, December, 2016)