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Thursday, 25 July 2019 09:54

August in KI: Take time out for reading

The editors of Kidney International (KI) would like to share a selection of articles from the August edition of the publication.

Articles focus on a broad range of topics from renal pathology practice globally, the genomic landscape of CAKUT, identifying geospatial “hotspots” of glomerular diseases, the disease-specific incident glomerulonephritis displays geographic clustering in under-serviced rural areas of British Columbia, to Nephrology in the Eastern and Central European Region.

Renal pathology practice globally; Identifying needs and meeting the challenge

The genomic landscape of CAKUT; you gain some, you lose some

Identifying geospatial “hotspots” of glomerular diseases: opportunities and challenges

Disease-specific incident glomerulonephritis displays geographic clustering in under-serviced rural areas of British Columbia, Canada

Nephrology in the Eastern and Central European Region: Challenges & Opportunities