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Morphologische Folgen der Nierenpunktion. Tierexperimentelle und humanpathologische Befunde.

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[Morphologie Consequences of Kidney Biopsies. Animal Experimental and Human Pathologic Findings.] Volume 29. of Experimentelle Medizin, Pathologie und Klinik.. Edited by Ditscherlein Gerhard. , M.D. 111 pages. Springer-Verlag; , Berlin, Heidelberg, and New York: , 1969.. Price, $13.20.


Ann Intern Med. 1970;73(6):1054-1055. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-73-6-1054_2
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A monograph on the clinical and morphologic consequences of kidney biopsies carried out mainly in rabbits and rats must suffer by necessity from the discrepancies between the proportion in size of instruments used and the small size of the kidneys of the experimental animals. If one wishes to bring the method into proper perspective, the Menghine needle (approximately 1.4-mm diameter) that was used would correspond to a needle of 6 to 8 mm in diameter for the adult human. Thus, as the author admits, the experimental results obtained can be transferred to the clinical situation only with great caution. In

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