This book focuses on how basic understanding and research in renal medicine
is leading to improved diagnosis and treatment of kidney disease patients. It
includes major challenges in practice, such as renal transplantation in ABO
incompatible patients, renal replacement therapies in the elderly; and the provision
of renal services to the developing world.
Readership: Undergraduate and postgraduate medical students as well as researchers in the field of renal medicine.
Edited by Frederick Wai Keung Tam (Imperial College London, UK)