Endocrine Changes in Patients on Chronic Dialysis

  • James P. Knochel

Abstract

Patients with end-stage renal disease display a variety of endocrine disturbances. In some instances, clearly recognizable endocrinopathies occur. More commonly, evidence of endocrine dysfunction consists only of laboratory abnormalities. Many of these are not associated with apparent disease.

Keywords

Iodine Heparin Shrinkage Hull Hypoglycemia 

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