510. Pediatric Nephrology

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510. Pediatric Nephrology

 

 

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COURSE NUMBER: 510

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Syllabus

I. STATE OF THE ART PRESENTATIONS
Current Problems in the Pathogenesis of
Glomerulonephritis
J. Stewart Cameron
Developmental Renal Physiology……………………………….. 15
C.M. Edelmann, Jr.
Renal Tubular Acidosis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
J. Rodriguez-Soriano
II. SYMPOSIA PRESENTATIONS
Mechanisms of Immune Complex Injury ………………………. 37
W.G. Couser, D.J. Salant, M.P. Madaio and S. Adler
Cell-Mediated Mechanisms in Renal Disease ……………………… 51
B.S. Ooi
The Use of Isolated Tubules in the Study of
Regulation of Cell Volume……………………………………. 55
M.A. Linshaw and J.J. Grantham
Role of Na Entry in the Regulation of Proliferation
of Cultured Fibroblasts:Effect of Vasopressin ………………….. 63
S.A. Mendoza
Micropuncture in Developmental Renal Physiology ………………… 75
A. Spitzer
The Clinical Features of Chronic
Intersti tial Nephritis…….. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . …………. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
T.G. Murray
Pathology of Interstitial Nephritis…………………………… 95
I.B. Elfenbein
Henoch-schonlein Purpura:A Problem or Not? …………………….. 102
R.H.R. White
Membranoproliferative Glomerulonephritis:
Classification and Treatment. ………. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 108
C.D. West

VIII
SYMPOSIA PRESENTATIONS
Plasma Catecholamines in Normotensive Children
wi th Essential Hypertension ……………………………………. 116
J.G. Mongeau, A. Davignon, A. Lamarre and
J. De Champlain
Uric Acid Regulation in Hypertensive Children ………………………. 122
J.W. Prebis, A.B. Gruskin, H.J. Baluarte
and M.S. Polinsky
Renal Vein Renin Determinations in Evaluating
Hypertensive Children …………………………………………. 127
M.J. Dillon
Vesicoureteral Reflux and Urinary Tract
Infection: Introduction to Seminar ………………………………. 134
J.W. Duckett
Report on the International vesicoureteral
Reflux Study in Children (IRSC) ………………………………… 140
H. Olbing
The Natural History of vesico-ureteric Reflux ……………………. 149
J.M. Smellie and I.C.S. Normand
Controlled Clinical Trials – Introduction ……………………….. 154
H.L. Barnett
Clinical Survey of Hepatitis B Antigenemia
Associated Nephropathy in Children ……………………………. 156
F. Yamashita
Cyclophosphamide Versus Chlorambucil in the

Treatment of Frequently Relapsing and Steroid-
Dependent Nephrotic Syndrome …………………………………… 165

H.P. Krohn
Anticoagulant Versus no Specific Treatment in
Childhood Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome. A
Randomized Prospective Study ………………. 171
W. Proesmans, P. Binda Ki Muaka, B.Van Damrne,
J. Vermylen, R. Vlietinck and R. Eeckels
Principles and Practices of Controlled Clinical Trials …………………… 175
C.L. Meinert
Problems of Long Term Dialysis in Children ……………………. 185
M. Broyer, M-F. Gagnadoux, J-L. Bacri and
K. Laborde

SYMPOSIA PRESENTATIONS
Developmental Aspects of Peritoneal Dialysis …………………. 194
A.Y. Elzouki, A.B. Gruskin, H.J. Baluarte,
J.W. Prebis and M.S. Polinsky
Protein-Energy Requirements of Children and
Adolescents on CAPD. Preliminary Results of
Nitrogen Balance Studies …………………………………… 199
N.G. De Santo, G. Capodicasa, M. Pluvio, D. Guigliano,
R. Torella and C. Giordano
Clinical Aspects of Renal Osteodystrophy ……………………… 204
I.B. Houston and R.J. Postlethwaite
l,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3 in the Treatment of Juvenile
Renal Osteodystrophy…………………………………………… 209
R.W. Chesney
The Spectrum of Skeletal Manifestations in
Renal Osteodystrophy…………………………………………… 218
o. Mehls, E. Ritz, G. Gilli and M. Broyer
25(OH)D3 in The Treatment of Juvenile
Renal Osteodystrophy…………………………………………… 228
M.E. Norman
Transi tional Nephrology………………………………………… 238
P.A. Jose
Renal Function in Fetal Life……………………………………. 245
E.S. Moore and B.A. Kaiser
Adaptation of the Infant to an External Milieu …………………… 265
B.S. Arant, Jr.
Factors Governing the Development of Renal Control
of Na Homeostasis.. …………………… .. 273
A. Aperia, o. Broberger, G. Elinder, P. Herin, L. Larsson
and R. Zetterstrom
The Kidney Following Cardiac Surgery ……………………. 278
T.M. Barratt and S.P.A. Rigden
Sickle Cell Nephropathy ………………………………………… 285
J. Strauss, v. Pardo, R. Baker, M. Kessler, G. Zilleruelo,
H. Gorman and M. Freundlich
Cystinosis and the Kidney ………………………………… 297
J.W. Foreman and M. Yudkoff
Peritoneal Nutrition in Children – Preliminary
Results in Renal Failure ………………………………. 303
C. Giordano, N.G. De Santo and G. Capodicasa

SYMPOSIA PRESENTATIONS
Amino Acid and Protein Metabolism in
Chronic Renal Failure …………………………………………. 310
C. Chantler, R.W.A. Jones and N. Dalton
Energy Metabolism in Chronic Renal Failure ………………………. 320
M.A. Holliday and W.C. Arnold
Lipid Metabolism in Chronic Renal Failure ……………………….. 326
A. Drukker
Current Issues in Pediatric Renal Pathology:
Segmental Hypoplasia and Glomerulocystic Disease …………………. 334
J. Bernstein
The Glomerular Morphology of Membranoproliferative
Glomerulonephritis (MPGN) ……………………………………… 340
A.J. McAdams
Circulating Immune Complexes and Systemic
Lupus Erythematosus …………………………………………… 347
E.J. Lewis and J.L. Roberts
Focal Glomerulosclerosis – A Review …………………………….. 352
D.R. Turner
Ultrasound Evaluation of the Child’s Urinary Tract ……………….. 356
G.C. Arneil and E.M. Sweet
Radionuclide Imaging in Pediatric Nephrology:An Update ……………. 358
H.T. Harcke
Immunologic Considerations in Renal Trnasplantation ………………. 364
R.B. Ettenger, S. Jordan, M. Malekzadeh,
A. Pennisi, C. Uittenbogaart and R.N. Fine
Recurrence of the Original Disease in the
Transplanted Kidney …………………………………………… 372
E.P. Leumann, J. Briner, and F. Largiader
Hypertension in Children With Kidney Transplants …………………. 376
J.R. Ingelfinger
The Nature of Amino Acid Transport Disorders …………………….. 383
S. Segal
Amino Acid Transport………………………………………….. 394
J. Brodehl
Current Issues in Hydrogen Ion Transport ………………………… 403
E. McSherry

SYMPOSIA PRESENTATIONS
The Management of Resistant Hypertension –
The Role of Minoxidil …………………………………………. 416
P.R. Lewy
Chlorambucil Therapy in the Nephrotic Syndrome ……………….. 423
H.J. Baluarte, A.B. Gruskin, M.S. Polinsky,
J.W. Prebis and H. Rosenblum
Anticoagulant Therpay …………………………………………… 430
J.M. Bergstein
Growth Failure, End Stage Renal Disease
and Somatomedin ………………………………………………… 437
J.E. Lewy
An Approach to Study the Role of Prostaglandins ………………. 443
O. Oetliker and F. Mestel
Points to Remember in Pharmacologic Glucocorticoid
Treatment of Nephrotic Syndrome ……………………………. 451
O. Koskimies and S. Leisti
Renal Metabolic Alkalosis ………………………… 455
P.L. Calcagno
Pathogenesis of Neo-Mull-Soy (Syntex) Alkalosis …………………………. 463
H.L. Harrison, M.A. L.insahw and A.B.Gruskin
Metabolic Alkalosis From a Chloride Deficient Formula:
Renal Histology ……………………………………………….. 470
S. Roy, III
Metabolic Alkalosis, Prostaglandins, Low Chloride
or Something Else? ………………………………………….. 478
J.R. Salcedo
Uremic Poisoning ……………………………………………….. 484
R.A. Campbell, F. Bartos and D. Bartos
On Going Protocols in End Stage Renal Disease –
1. Height Growth Following Renal Transplantation.
2. Zinc Supplementation in Predialysis Patients.
3. Renal Transplants in Children <6 Years of Age …………………….. 494
G.S. Arbus, E. Wolffe, V. Williams, C.C. McCuaig,
T. Kramreither, S. Soldin, H. Hurowitz, F.J. Holland,
I.C. Radde, D. Hill, B.E. Hardy, J.W. Balfe,
B.M. Churchill, B.T. Steele, C.P. Rance
Clinical Disorders of Calcium Metabolism in Chronic
Renal Failure in Children ………………………………………. 498
J.C.M. Chan

SYMPOSIA PRESENTATIONS
The Neonatal Stressed Kidney ……………………………………….. 506
J.-P. Guignard
Resting Supine and Seated Blood Pressure
Interrelations in Adolescence …………………….. 517
S.H. Katz, B. Zemel, M.L. Hediger, J.I. Schall, J.R. Coleman ,Jr. ,
E.J. Bowers, L. Valleroy, W.F. Barker, P.B. Eveleth, A.B. Gruskin,
J. Prebis, J.S. Parks

List of Addresses of First-Named Authors …………………………………………………………………….. 527

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