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Endotoxin Effects on Kidney Morphology and Function

  • F. K. Beller

Abstract

Glomerular capillary fibrin deposition is considered as the hallmark of the generalized Shwartzman reaction (GSR) (24, 40). Apitz in his original publication (1) emphasized renal cortical necrosis and coagulation defects as criteria for the GSR but did not recognize fibrin deposition as the leading criterion.

Keywords

Disseminate Intravascular Coagulation Plasma Fibrinogen Fibrin Deposition Coagulation Defect Plasma Hemoglobin 
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