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Reviewer: Richard J. Glassock, MD (University of Kentucky College of Medicine)
Description: This monograph is part of a continuing series devoted to in-depth coverage of current topics of interest in nephrology.
Purpose: The editors have attempted to comprehensively review the field of HIV infection as it relates to the kidney and urinary tract. Sixteen chapters, authored by recognized experts, cover the basic and clinical aspects of the topic.
Audience: The authors seek to provide a useful compendium of information that will aid researchers as well as clinicians. They have admirably succeeded in this goal.
Features: The monograph is truly comprehensive, with significant emphasis on clinical aspects. Basic mechanisms are covered, but the retrovirologist will find little new in this volume. On the other hand, clinicians caring for patients with HIV infection will encounter a rich, well-referenced storehouse of useful information. Several chapters compile information that has never been brought together before, at least in this format. The breadth of coverage is quite impressive, with chapters on pediatric disease, urologic involvement, and the impact of HIV infection and dialysis and transplantation.
Assessment: This is one of those books that will be used frequently by clinicians caring for patients with HIV infection.
Richard J. Glassock
This monograph is part of a continuing series devoted to in-depth coverage of current topics of interest in nephrology. The editors have attempted to comprehensively review the field of HIV infection as it relates to the kidney and urinary tract. Sixteen chapters, authored by recognized experts, cover the basic and clinical aspects of the topic. The authors seek to provide a useful compendium of information that will aid researchers as well as clinicians. They have admirably succeeded in this goal. The monograph is truly comprehensive, with significant emphasis on clinical aspects. Basic mechanisms are covered, but the retrovirologist will find little new in this volume. On the other hand, clinicians caring for patients with HIV infection will encounter a rich, well-referenced storehouse of useful information. Several chapters compile information that has never been brought together before, at least in this format. The breadth of coverage is quite impressive, with chapters on pediatric disease, urologic involvement, and the impact of HIV infection and dialysis and transplantation. This is one of those books that will be used frequently by clinicians caring for patients with HIV infection.

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Table of Contents

1 Molecular Pathogenesis and Natural History of HIV Infection: An Overview 1
2 Electrolyte, Acid-Base, and Endocrine Disturbances in Patients with HIV Infection 27
3 Acute Renal Failure in Patients with HIV Infection 41
4 Glomerulosclerosis Associated with HIV Infection 59
5 Immune Complex Glomerulonephritis Associated with HIV Infection 77
6 Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome and Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura Associated with HIV Infection 111
7 Renal Disease in Children with HIV Infection 135
8 Renal Pathology of HIV-Associated Nephropathy 155
9 Urologic Manifestations of HIV Infection 181
10 Renal Aspects of Antimicrobial Therapy for HIV Infection 195
11 Renal Imaging in Patients with HIV Infection 237
12 Dialysis and Transplantation in Patients with HIV Infection 253
13 HIV and Dialysis: Occupational Risk and Medical Legal Implications 279
14 Testicular Disease and the Biology of HIV Infection in the Male 307
15 Molecular Biology of HIV-1 and Kidney Disease 329
16 Animal Models of Lentivirus-Associated Renal Disease 381
Index 405
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