Heritable Malformations of the Kidney and Urinary Tract

  • Enid F. Gilbert-Barness
  • John M. Opitz
  • Lewis A. Barness
Part of the Topics in Renal Medicine book series (TIRM, volume 9)

Abstract

A malformation is defined as a morphological defect of an organ, part of an organ, or a larger region of the body resulting from an intrinsically abnormal developmental process [1].

Keywords

Flare Proteinuria Hypoglycemia Hypothyroidism Nephritis 

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  • Enid F. Gilbert-Barness
  • John M. Opitz
  • Lewis A. Barness

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