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Nephrotoxicity in survivors of Wilms' tumours in the North of England.

Bailey S, Roberts A, Brock C, Price L, Craft AW, Kilkarni R, Lee RE, Skillen AW, Skinner R - Br. J. Cancer (2002)

Bottom Line: Thirty-seven patients achieved maximal urine osmolalities > or =800 mOsm kg(-1), but three failed to achieve this value even after DDAVP administration.Two patients had evidence of increased urinary albumin excretion.Compensatory renal hypertrophy was seen in all but two patients, but blood pressure was within normal limits in all patients.

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Affiliation: Department of Child Health, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4LP, UK. simon.bailey@ncl.ac.uk

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Urinary excretion of RBP, NAG and AAP. The median urine RBP concentration was 5.95 μg mmol−1 Cr (range 0.45–63). The median urine AAP concentration was 1 U mmol−1 Cr (range 0.32–2). The median urine NAG concentration was 0.2 U mmol−1 Cr (range 0.07–0.5). The solid horizontal lines represent the upper limit of the reference range.
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fig3: Urinary excretion of RBP, NAG and AAP. The median urine RBP concentration was 5.95 μg mmol−1 Cr (range 0.45–63). The median urine AAP concentration was 1 U mmol−1 Cr (range 0.32–2). The median urine NAG concentration was 0.2 U mmol−1 Cr (range 0.07–0.5). The solid horizontal lines represent the upper limit of the reference range.

Mentions: The median urine RBP concentration was 5.95 μg mmol−1 Cr (range 0.45–63), three values were outside the normal range. The median urine AAP concentration was 1 U mmol−1 Cr (range 0.32–2) with no values being outside the normal range. The median urine NAG concentration was 0.2 U mmol−1 Cr (range 0.07–0.5), four values were outside the normal range (Figure 3Figure 3


Nephrotoxicity in survivors of Wilms' tumours in the North of England.

Bailey S, Roberts A, Brock C, Price L, Craft AW, Kilkarni R, Lee RE, Skillen AW, Skinner R - Br. J. Cancer (2002)

Urinary excretion of RBP, NAG and AAP. The median urine RBP concentration was 5.95 μg mmol−1 Cr (range 0.45–63). The median urine AAP concentration was 1 U mmol−1 Cr (range 0.32–2). The median urine NAG concentration was 0.2 U mmol−1 Cr (range 0.07–0.5). The solid horizontal lines represent the upper limit of the reference range.
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fig3: Urinary excretion of RBP, NAG and AAP. The median urine RBP concentration was 5.95 μg mmol−1 Cr (range 0.45–63). The median urine AAP concentration was 1 U mmol−1 Cr (range 0.32–2). The median urine NAG concentration was 0.2 U mmol−1 Cr (range 0.07–0.5). The solid horizontal lines represent the upper limit of the reference range.
Mentions: The median urine RBP concentration was 5.95 μg mmol−1 Cr (range 0.45–63), three values were outside the normal range. The median urine AAP concentration was 1 U mmol−1 Cr (range 0.32–2) with no values being outside the normal range. The median urine NAG concentration was 0.2 U mmol−1 Cr (range 0.07–0.5), four values were outside the normal range (Figure 3Figure 3

Bottom Line: Thirty-seven patients achieved maximal urine osmolalities > or =800 mOsm kg(-1), but three failed to achieve this value even after DDAVP administration.Two patients had evidence of increased urinary albumin excretion.Compensatory renal hypertrophy was seen in all but two patients, but blood pressure was within normal limits in all patients.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Child Health, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4LP, UK. simon.bailey@ncl.ac.uk

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Related in: MedlinePlus