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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
The emphasis of this paper is the review of several aspects of renal disease which have immunologic overtones and clinical relevance. The pathogenesis of several subtypes of glomerulonephritis will be discussed, the immunologic implications of amyloidosis will be noted, and the relation between immune mechanisms and tubulointerstitial disease will be mentioned. The discussion will then be completed by an analysis of the prognosis of the aforementioned renal disease, and by an attempt to place contemporary therapeutic modalities in a proper perspective.
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