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  • Title: Indian Journal of Nephrology: Free full text articles from Indian J Nephrol
    Descriptive info: .. About us.. |.. Subscription.. e-Alerts.. |.. Feedback.. Login.. Home.. Current Issue.. Archives.. Ahead of print.. Search.. Instructions.. Users Online:.. 13.. Official publication of the Indian Society of Nephrology.. Indian Journal of Nephrology (IJN).. The Indian Journal of Nephrology is the official publication of the Indian Society of Nephrology.. The journal is published Bimonthly.. It is a peer-reviewed, journal that publishes articles covering all the aspects of laboratory and clinical nephrology.. It includes original researches, reviews, editorials, technical notes, symposia proceedings, and Society news.. The journal provides immediate free access to articles on its website.. It does not charge a fee for submission, processing or publication of the manuscripts.. Articles can be submitted online from www.. journalonweb.. com.. Current Issue.. July-August 2014 | Vol 24 | Issue 4 |.. Review Article.. Taking alcohol with a (large) pinch of salt: Understanding the osmoles  ...   text].. [PDF].. [Mobile HTML Full text].. [EPub].. Original Article.. Survival analysis of patients on maintenance hemodialysis.. A Chandrashekar, S Ramakrishnan, D Rangarajan Rangarajan.. Despite the continuous improvement of dialysis technology and pharmacological treatment, mortality rates for dialysis patients are still high.. A 2-year prospective study was conducted at a tertiary ca.. Prevalence of chronic kidney disease among adults in a rural community in South India: Results from the kidney disease screening (KIDS) project.. YJ Anupama, G Uma.. Prevalence of chronic kidney disease (CKD) appears to be increasing in India.. A few studies have studied the prevalence of CKD in urban populations, but there is a paucity of such studies in the rural.. Read more.. Table of Contents.. Access Statistics.. Contact us.. Sitemap.. Advertise.. What's New.. Copyright and Disclaimer.. © 2014 Indian Journal of Nephrology.. Published by.. Medknow.. Online since 20.. th.. Sept '07..

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  • Title: Indian Journal of Nephrology: About us
    Descriptive info: 19.. ~.. Site Statistics.. Addresses.. My Preferences.. Online Submission.. ~.. What's new.. Journal.. Editorial Board.. Medknow Publications.. ~ About Us.. Indian Journal of Nephrology-IJN (ISSN-0971-4065).. Articles can be submitted online from.. http://www.. com/ijn.. Abstracting and Indexing Information.. The journal is indexed with Abstracts on Hygiene and Communicable Diseases , CAB Abstracts, Caspur, CNKI (China National Knowledge Infrastructure), DOAJ, EBSCO Publishing s Electronic Databases, Excerpta Medica / EMBASE, Expanded Academic ASAP, Genamics JournalSeek, Global Health, Google Scholar, Health Wellness Research Center, Health Reference Center Academic, Hinari, Index Copernicus, Indian Science Abstracts, IndMed, MedInd, National Science Library, OpenJGate, PrimoCentral, ProQuest, PubMed, Pubmed Central, Scimago Journal Ranking, SCOLOAR, SCOPUS, SIIC databases, Summon by Serial Solutions, Tropical Diseases Bulletin and Ulrich s International Periodical Directory.. ~ Editorial Board.. EDITOR.. V Sakhuja.. Deputy Editors.. V Jha, HS  ...   Choudhury (Guwahati).. KV Dakshinamurty (Hyderabad).. SC Dash (Bhubaneshwar).. AR Datta (Calcutta).. KL Gupta (Chandigarh).. M Jayakumar (Chennai).. K Joshi (Chandigarh).. OP Kalra (New Delhi).. A Gopal Kishan (Hyderabad).. MA Muthusethupathi (Chennai).. G Narayen (Hyderabad).. DK Pahari (Calcutta).. SK Pareek (Jaipur).. KC Prakash (Chennai).. MM Rajapurkar (Nadiad).. DS Rana (New Delhi).. BV Shah (Mumbai).. PP Varma (New Delhi).. R Kasi Visweswaran (Trivandrum).. International.. A Agarwal (USA).. VK Bansal (USA).. JM Bargman (Canada).. CR Blagg (USA).. J Chapman (Australia).. M DeBroe (Belgium).. R Feehally (UK).. R Khanna (USA).. N Lameire (Belgium).. R Mehrotra (USA).. RL Mehta (USA).. BVR Murthy (USA).. S Naicker (S Africa).. D Pugsley (Australia).. K Venkateswara Rao (USA).. TKS Rao (USA).. M Sayegh (USA).. A Singh (USA).. PC Singhal (USA).. K Sud (Australia).. M Suthanthiran (USA).. JJ Weening (Amsterdam).. ~ Medknow Publications..

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  • Title: Indian Journal of Nephrology: Table of Contents
    Descriptive info: Author Institution Mapping.. Reviewer Institution Mapping.. Citations.. View as eBook.. Total articles.. : 878,.. Full text.. : 876.. Figures next to 'Accessed' indicate the number of times the articles in that issue have been viewed on this site.. Most popular articles.. Most cited articles.. Vol.. 24.. 2014.. Suppl 1 (Sep).. Page Nos.. s2-s55.. Accessed - 67.. Issue 4 (Jul-Aug).. 203-269.. Accessed - 2795.. Issue 3 (May-Jun).. 139-202.. Accessed - 5332.. Issue 2 (Mar-Apr).. 71-137.. Accessed - 17168.. Issue 1 (Jan-Feb).. 1-69.. Accessed - 7633.. 23.. 2013.. Issue 6 (Nov-Dec).. 395-470.. Accessed - 8560.. Issue 5 (Sep-Oct).. 327-394.. Accessed - 10648.. 243-325.. Accessed - 13016.. 159-241.. Accessed - 12499.. 83-157.. Accessed - 16818.. 1-81.. Accessed - 15938.. 22.. 2012.. Suppl 1 (Dec).. s1-s45.. Accessed - 6585.. 409-488.. Accessed - 15454.. 323-406.. Accessed - 20966.. 239-321.. Accessed - 21432.. 159-236.. Accessed -  ...   59-120.. Accessed - 41296.. 1-55.. Accessed - 38886.. 19.. 2009.. 129-177.. Accessed - 30055.. 83-127.. Accessed - 36362.. 41-82.. Accessed - 37630.. 1-37.. Accessed - 39974.. 18.. 2008.. 141-182.. Accessed - 31181.. 95-140.. Accessed - 26206.. 47-94.. Accessed - 44044.. 1-39.. Accessed - 65161.. 17.. 2007.. 147-193.. Accessed - 54618.. 91-145.. Accessed - 2316.. 47-88.. Accessed - 52459.. 1-40.. Accessed - 52595.. 15.. 2005.. 191-254.. Accessed - 7054.. 73-110.. Accessed - 4036.. 1-35.. Accessed - 5168.. 14.. 2004.. 77-93.. Accessed - 1748.. 41-73.. Accessed - 3159.. 1-34.. Accessed - 3644.. 13.. 2003.. 85-114.. Accessed - 3250.. 45-79.. Accessed - 3421.. 14-41.. Accessed - 2668.. 12.. 2002.. 107-124.. Accessed - 3016.. 69-92.. Accessed - 2466.. 33-63.. Accessed - 2941.. 1-27.. Accessed - 2328.. 11.. 2001.. 147-177.. Accessed - 3076.. 77-88.. Accessed - 1637.. 37-70.. Accessed - 3571.. 1-30.. Accessed - 2754..

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  • Title: Indian Journal of Nephrology: Table of Contents
    Descriptive info: Full text articles.. Original Article:.. Acute kidney injury in patients with human immunodeficiency virus infection.. J Prakash, T Gupta, S Prakash, SS Rathore, Usha, S Sunder.. [FULL TEXT].. Case Report:.. Severe peritonitis caused by.. Citrobacter freundii.. and successful treatment with double antibiotic coverage.. A Kataria, E Saad.. Spectrum of renal involvement in hematolymphoid neoplasms: Renal biopsy findings of 12 cases.. M Vankalakunti, A Rohan, S Vishwanath, S Rampure, R Bonu, K Babu, HS Ballal.. Liver biopsy in patients on hemodialysis with hepatitis C virus infection: An important tool.. SK Agarwal, S Datta Gupta.. Awareness level of kidney functions and diseases among adults in a Nigerian population.. CG Okwuonu, II Chukwuonye, SO Ogah, C Abali, OA Adejumo, E Oviasu.. Light chain proximal tubulopathy with cast nephropathy in a case of multiple myeloma.. KK Gowda, K Joshi, R Nada, R Ramachandran, M Sachdeva.. Single dose rasburicase in the management of tumor lysis syndrome in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia: A case series.. SM Latha, D Krishnaprasadh, P Murugapriya, JX Scott.. COMMENTARY:.. Assessing the prevalence of chronic kidney disease in the community: Estimating glomerular filtration rate is the Achilles heel.. D Bhowmik, A Agrawal, S Panda.. Immunoglobulin G4-related tubulointerstitial nephritis associated with interstitial pulmonary disease: Report of a case with review of literature.. M Saravanan, S Alexander, SM Matthai, A Korula, S Varughese, V Tamilarasi.. Maternal, fetal and renal outcomes of pregnancy-associated acute kidney injury requiring dialysis.. A Krishna, R Singh, N Prasad, A Gupta, D Bhadauria, A Kaul, RK Sharma, D Kapoor.. Successful salvage of thrombosed arterio-venous fistula with thrombolytic therapy using tissue plasminogen activator.. S Parameswaran, S Satheesh, S Morkhandikar, V Shankar, R Jayasurya, RK Padhi, PS Priyamvada, RP Swaminathan.. Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis in renal allografts: Is it possible to diagnose the etiology?.. S Radha, T Afroz, Ch R Prasad, G Sridhar, KG Rajaram, S Reddy.. Heavy and Light chain amyloidosois presenting as complete heart block: A rare presentation of a rare disease.. PS Priyamvada, S Morkhandikar, BH Srinivas, S Parameswaran.. Incidence and profile of C3 Glomerulopathy: A single center study.. M Mathur, S Sharma, D Prasad, R Garsa, AP Singh, R Kumar, P Beniwal, D Agarwal, V Malhotra.. Acute interstitial nephritis due to statin and its class effect.. RA Annigeri, RM Mani.. Successful induction of granulomatosis with polyangiitis with tacrolimus.. R Ramachandran, S Tiwana, D Prabhakar, K Gowda, R Nada, V Kumar, M Rathi, HS Kohli, V Jha, KL Gupta, V Sakhuja.. Monoclonal gammopathy associated membranous glomerulonephritis: A rare entity.. KK Gowda, K Joshi, R Ramachandran1, R Nada.. Impact of killer immunoglobulin-like receptor-human leukocyte antigens ligand incompatibility among renal transplantation.. S Alam, D Rangaswamy, S Prakash, RK Sharma, MI Khan, A Sonawane, S Agrawal.. Letter to Editor:.. Takayasu arteritis: Association with mesangioproliferative glomerulonephritis in a 9-year-old child.. R Raghavan, S Krishnamurthy, RN Ganesh, RR Kumar, S Mahadevan.. Recurrent lactic acidosis secondary to hand sanitizer ingestion.. ME Wilson, PK Guru, JG Park.. Graves' disease in a dialysis dependent chronic renal failure patient.. CG Nair, P Jacob, R Menon, M.. J.. C.. Babu.. Review Article:.. Understanding podocytopathy and its relevance to clinical nephrology.. L Singh, G Singh, AK Dinda.. Measurement of arterial stiffness in subjects with and without renal disease: Are changes in the vessel wall earlier and more sensitive markers of cardiovascular disease than intima media thickness and pulse pressure?.. M Claridge, T Wilmink, M Ferring, I Dasgupta.. Interleukin 1 gene cluster variants in hemodialysis patients with end stage renal disease: An association and meta analysis.. G Tripathi, D Rangaswamy, M Borkar, N Prasad, RK Sharma, SN Sankhwar, S Agrawal.. Images in Nephrology:.. Giant migratory enterolith mimicking vesical calculus.. B Sureka, V Singh, A Ranga, MK Mittal.. Embolic occlusion of arteriovenous fistula due to infective endocarditis.. R Ram, G Swarnalatha, S Mahapatra, KV Dakshinamurty.. Methemoglobinemia due to quinine causing severe acute kidney injury in a child.. S Kudale, SK Sethi, M Dhaliwal, V Kher.. Study of hypothalamic pituitary adrenal axis in patients of membranous nephropathy receiving modified Ponticelli regimen.. R Ramachandran, A Jairam, A Bhansali, V Jha, KL Gupta, V Sakhuja, HS Kohli.. Comparison of vascular access use in hemodialysis patients in Isfahan in 2003 and 2013.. SH Shahidi, M Soheilipour.. Acute pyelonephritis in diabetes mellitus: Single center experience.. S Kumar, R Ramachandran, U Mete, T Mittal, P Dutta, V Kumar, M Rathi, V Jha, KL Gupta, V Sakhuja, HS Kohli.. Renal cortical necrosis: A rare complication of.. Plasmodium vivax.. malaria.. R Kumar, N Bansal, R Jhorawat,  ...   G Kotwaney, D Patel.. Do elderly patients benefit from renal transplantation?.. B Einollahi, M Motalebi.. Metallic preparations of Ayurveda: A boon to the ailing humanity.. R Galib.. Atenolol and amlodipine combination overdose managed with continuous venovenous hemodiafiltration: A case report.. P Sandeep, R Ram, N Sowgandhi, SA Reddy, DT Katyarmal, BS Kumar, VS Kumar.. Fungal peritonitis in continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis: The impact of antifungal prophylaxis on patient and technique outcomes.. KV Kumar, HM Mallikarjuna, Gokulnath S Jayanthi.. Protective effects of.. Cornus mas.. fruit extract on carbon tetrachloride induced nephrotoxicity in rats.. M Es.. Haghi, G Dehghan, N Banihabib, S Zare, P Mikaili, F Panahi.. Isolated renal mucormycosis in an immunocompetent child.. LS Nayagam, B Vijayanand, S Balasubramanian.. Depression and anxiety as potential correlates of post-transplantation renal function and quality of life.. AK Jana, D Sircar, R Waikhom, SK Praharaj, R Pandey, A RayChaudhury, S Dasgupta.. Massive pleural effusion in a renal transplant recipient on tacrolimus.. Renal histology in diabetic nephropathy: "A novel perspective".. M Sahay, RK Mahankali, K Ismal, PS Vali, RK Sahay, G Swarnalata.. DOI.. :10.. 4103/0971-4065.. 132999.. Spectrum of acute kidney injury in critically ill patients: A single center study from South India.. M Eswarappa, MS Gireesh, V Ravi, D Kumar, G Dev.. Pneumocystis jiroveci.. outbreak in a renal transplant center: Lessons learnt.. A Jairam, M Dassi, P Chandola, M Lall, D Mukherjee, AK Hooda.. Renal tubular dysfunction presenting as recurrent hypokalemic periodic quadriparesis in systemic lupus erythematosus.. D Prasad, D Agarwal, V Malhotra, P Beniwal.. Fusarium solani.. infection in a kidney transplant recipient.. NK Mohanty, S Sahu.. Amelogenesis imperfecta and nephrocalcinosis syndrome.. V Chaitanya, B Sangeetha, P Sandeep, B Varalaxmi, A.. Sridhar, G Aparna, M Venkateswarlu, R Ram, VS Kumar.. 133043.. Peritonitis in a continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis patient by two different species of enterococci: A rare finding.. HP Nepal, B Khanal, SK Sharma, N Gyawali, PK Jha, R Paudel.. Unusual finding of cellular glomeruli infiltrated with lymphocytes in end stage renal disease due to obstructive nephropathy.. VL Gaopande, AR Joshi, S.. G.. Khandeparkar, S Dwiwedi.. 133056.. 133041.. Lupus cystitis: An unusual presentation of systemic lupus erythematosus.. S Mukhopadhyay, S Jana, MK Roy, A Chatterjee, A Sarkar, S Mazumdar, P Mukherjee, J Mukhopadhyay.. Early corticosteroid withdrawal regimen in a living donor kidney transplantation program.. SB Bansal, S Sethi, R Sharma, M Jain, P Jha, R Ahlawat, R Duggal, V Kher.. 133004.. Takayasu arteritis in an infant.. S Sandeep, VN Unni, KP Sreekumar, A Mathew, RR Nair, G Kurian.. 133036.. Urinary ascites after an alcohol binge: An uncommon treatable cause of acute kidney injury.. A Jairam, R Kachhela, D Mukherjee, AK Hooda.. 133032.. Spontaneous pneumomediastinum and subcutaneous emphysema in continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis patient.. Q Nadri.. 133052.. Ico-alone single nocturnal exchange to initiate peritoneal dialysis in patients with residual renal function: Five year, single center experience.. T Jeloka.. Concern, counseling and consent for bariatric surgery.. S Senthil Kumaran, SS David, RG Menezes, P Thirumalaikolundusubramanian.. 133045.. Author Reply:.. Author reply.. RP Goswami, D Sinha, S Mondal, S Mandal, T Ete, A Nag, J Pal, AR Chowdhury, A Ghosh.. 133048.. Maternal drugs and neonatal renal failure.. M Sahay, K Ismal, PS Vali, D Saivani.. 133023.. Zygomycetes peritonitis in ambulatory peritoneal dialysis: Case report and review of literature.. M Rathi, U Sengupta, TD Yadav, S Kumar.. 133028.. 132990.. Acute kidney injury and dermonecrosis after.. Loxosceles reclusa.. envenomation.. A Nag, J Datta, A Das, AK Agarwal, D Sinha, S Mondal, T Ete, A Chakraborty, S Ghosh.. 133017.. 132985.. A study of impact of cost-effective nutritional supplement in patients on maintenance hemodialysis.. D Rangarajan, S Ramakrishnan, KC Patro, G Vakrani, S Badrinath.. 132995.. Medullary sponge kidney and isolated hemihyperplasia.. PS Priyamvada, S Parameswaran, M Sandeep, V Shankar, RP Swaminathan.. 133013.. Idiopathic collapsing glomerulopathy: A clinicopathologic analysis of 30 cases.. A Ahuja, R Gupta, A Sharma, A Bagga, DM Bhowmik, SK Agarwal, AK Dinda.. 133009.. Effect of exercise program on lumbosacral strain in patients on continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis.. SR Krishna, K Madhavi, CK Kishore, VS Kumar.. 133787.. Coming soon.. ORIGINAL ARTICLE.. Dehydration and malaria in augmenting the risk of developing Sri Lankan unknown nephropathy.. Antioxidant vitamins status in children and young adults undergoing dialysis: a single center study.. CASE REPORT.. Collapsing Glomerulopathy Following Anabolic Steroid Use in a sixteen year old boy with IgA Nephropathy.. A HYPOKALEMIC PARALYSIS CASE DUE TO THYROTOXICOSIS ACCOMPANIED BY GITELMAN’S SYNDROME.. RAPIDLY PROGRESSIVE RENAL FAILURE IN A PATIENT WITH EXTRANODAL NON-HODGKINS LYMPHOMA..

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  • Title: Indian Journal of Nephrology: Instructions for Contributors
    Descriptive info: 20.. ~ Instructions For Authors.. General Information.. Original Articles are full length papers that address research questions with exhaustive study design and methodology.. The entire manuscript including abstract and references should not exceed 15 typed pages in double space and should not contain more than 40 references.. Reviews.. of basic and clinical topics of interest to the readership will be solicited by the editors.. Unsolicited reviews will probably be returned unless of exceptional quality.. In case you wish to contribute a review, it is a good idea to check with the editor before submitting one.. The length of review articles should not exceed ten typed pages.. Case reports.. should be limited to 1200 words, should not have more than 4 authors and should not contain over 2 illustrations and 15 references.. Case reports submitted with a review of literature, must also conform to these rules.. Letters to the editor.. containing interesting observations and comments on the articles published in the journal are welcome for publication.. The replies to such letters will also be published as and when received from the authors.. The letter should not exceed 600 words and should not contain more than one figure or table and 5 references.. All manuscripts would be peer reviewed.. Manuscripts that are outside the range of interest of Indian Journal of Nephrology readership or that fail to satisfy the technical requirements would be rejected and promptly returned to authors without further review.. Only glossy prints and photographs of rejected manuscripts would be returned to reduce expenditure on mailing.. The rejected manuscript would be destroyed.. Manuscripts returned to authors for modification should be returned back to the editorial office as early as possible but not later than 3 months.. 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  • Title: Taking alcohol with a (large) pinch of salt: Understanding the osmoles in "beer potomania" and "starvation potomania" TH Imam - Indian J Nephrol
    Descriptive info: Next article.. Previous article.. Similar in PUBMED.. ~ Search Pubmed for.. Imam T H.. ~ Search in Google Scholar for.. ~Related articles.. Beer potomania.. hyponatremia.. osmoles.. starvation potomania.. Citation Manager.. Reader Comments.. Email Alert.. Add to My List.. * Requires registration (Free).. Article Access Statistics.. Viewed.. 239.. Printed.. 10.. Emailed.. 0.. PDF Downloaded.. 50.. Comments.. [Add].. Click on image for details.. REVIEW ARTICLE.. Year.. : 2014 |.. Volume.. : 24 |.. Issue.. : 4 |.. Page.. : 203-205.. Department of Nephrology, Kaiser Permanente, 9961 Sierra Ave, Fontana, CA 92335, USA.. Correspondence  ...   PMID:.. 25097331.. Similar situation can arise in cases of decreased food intake due to severe deliberate restriction or other factors like decreased appetite from cocaine.. In these cases, salt free liquid intake may still be adequate.. Such situations are conducive to the development of hyponatremia.. Some of the solutes in diet, such as salt and protein, act as osmoles in urine.. In these conditions, understanding the role played by solutes in diet and osmoles in urine is of vital importance for appropriate treatment of hyponatremia.. [.. FULL TEXT.. ] [.. PDF.. ]*..

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