DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2307-1257.0.3.13.2015.74935

HIV-Associated Nephropathy: Clinical and Morphological Features (Own Observations)

S.D. Bilyk, Ye.A. Diadyk, D.D. Ivanov, Yu.V. Kalantarenko, I.L. Kuchma, H.H. Repinskaia, S.A. Rotova, Ye.V. Taran, K.B. Tomin

Abstract


The article is devoted to questions of pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of nephropathy in HIV-infected patients on the example of two clinical cases.

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