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DATE

2010

AUTHORS

Margherita Rosa , Salvatore Di Giulio

ABSTRACT

Crohn’s disease (CD) potentially affects many organs, including, albeit rarely, the kidney. The most frequent renal manifestations are calcium oxalate stones and their complications; secondary amyloidosis; acute tubular necrosis related to volume depletion caused by diarrheal fluid losses or inadequate fluid intake, or both. Tubulo-interstitial nephritis is another common finding and, among patients with CD, the most common cause is drug-related nephritis. However, case reports in the literature suggest that granulomatous interstitial nephritis is also an extraintestinal manifestation of CD. Glomerulonephritis has been reported in CD patients as well. More... »

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249-257

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