Nephrotisches Syndrom bei einer Schwangeren in der 9. SSW

Eine schwierige Entscheidung!

Nephrotic syndrome in a pregnant woman in the 9th week of pregnancy

A difficult decision!

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Neumann, L., Baumgärtel, M.W. & Friesicke, H. Nephrotisches Syndrom bei einer Schwangeren in der 9. SSW. Nephrologe (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11560-020-00467-x

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