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Given the prevailing atmosphere in Beirut, any effort to pursue a scholarly line of work there must be held in high esteem. Thus, admiration for the authors' academic dedication must be accorded to this team that includes a pathologist, geneticist, and pediatric and adult nephrologists.
Well-organized chapters deal with urinary embryogenesis and developmental renal physiology; abnormalities of renal structure, including genitourinary anomalies, cystic diseases, and glomerular and interstitial diseases; intrinsic tubular functional disorders; a host of metabolic diseases with renal involvement; tumors; renal involvement in hematologic disorders with a genetic basis; genitourinary disorders associated with chromosomal anomalies; and various hereditary
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The Kidney in Genetic Disease.. Ann Intern Med. 1987;106:923–924. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-106-6-923_3
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1987;106(6):923-924.
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