Renal Complications of Pregnancy

  • John M. Davison
  • Adrian I. Katz
  • Marshall D. Lindheimer


Clinicians may be consulted on the advisability of conception or continuing a pregnancy in women with renal problems, and advice is too often based on anecdotal clinical experience. To give sound advice, the clinician must appreciate that a pregnant woman is physiologically different from a nonpregnant individual, and that during pregnancy there are progressive changes in the renal system that must be understood if we are to detect, diagnose, and manage disease.


Acute Renal Failure Obstet Gynecol Renal Biopsy Disseminate Intravascular Coagulum Acute Pyelonephritis 
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