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Revista Cubana de Medicina

versión impresa ISSN 0034-7523versión On-line ISSN 1561-302X

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BORROTO DIAZ, Gerardo; RODRIGUEZ ALONSO, Hector; BARCELO ACOSTA, Malicela  y  GUERRERO DIAZ, Carlos. Alteraciones urinarias menores como indicadores de afecciones en el injerto renal. Rev Cubana Med [online]. 2003, vol.42, n.3. ISSN 0034-7523.

A prospective study was conducted in kidney transplants and biopsies were performed among patients with minor urinary disorders, such as microhematuria, mild proteinuria (0.3-0.7 mg/min) and microhematuria plus mild proteinuria, for at least 3 months in a row, in the absence of affections justifying them and of urinary infection. l8 biopsies were performed. In 1 patient the result was normal; 5 presented chronic graft nephropathy (27.3 %); 4, IgA nephropathy (22.5 %); 1, membranous nephropathy (5.5 %) and 1, Schölen-Henoch purpura nephritis (5.5 %). It was proved that these glomerular affections were recurrent of the base disease. In other patient, it was detected as a de novo glomerulonephritis, segmental and focal glomerulosclerosis. The acute rejection 1-A and the toxicity of Cyclosporin were detected in 2 and 3 patients, respectively. The histological study was correlated with the urinary manifestation.

Palabras clave : KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION [pathology]; BIOPSY [methods]; PROSPECTIVE STUDIES; URINATION DISORDERS.

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