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Том 7 №1 2005 год - Нефрология и диализ

Мофетила микофенолат в лечении гломерулярных болезней: экспериментальные и клинические данные (Обзор литературы)


Приходина Л.С. Длин В.В.

Аннотация: Частота идиопатического нефротического синдрома (НС) в детской популяции в Европе составляет 2:100 000 [27, 84, 85]. 80-90% детей с НС чувствительны к стероидной терапии, однако у 76-93% из них в последующем отмечается рецидивирование НС или развивается стероидная зависимость [44, 59, 89]. Cтероид-резистентный НС (СРНС) наблюдается у 7-18% детей, при этом в последние годы отмечается тенденция к увеличению его частоты

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Ключевые слова: мофетила микофенолат, нефротический синдром, дети

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