' The editors have worked hard to put together a product that covers a broad field well, and is impeccably referenced. this would be a useful addition to a nephrology library, where both residents in training and those in practice would find it a quick reference...it does credit to its editors and contributors, and maintains the tradition of quality of this series of publications.'
This book provides the reader with a comprehensive review on the subject of progressive kidney diseases. It addresses both experimental and clinical elements related to the mechanisms and treatment of chronic kidney disorders. It should be a useful source of up-to-date information for specialists in the field as well as for those undertaking research into kidney diseases.
Readership: Kidney specialists (worldwide), pysicians with an interest in kidney diseases, trainees in Nephrology University/medical schools libraries