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Renal Pathophysiology book?

Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by bkflaneur, May 16, 2007.

  1. bkflaneur

    bkflaneur Senior Member 5+ Year Member

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    Any recommendations for a good, concise renal pathophysiology book? Our class notes aren't helping. Thanks.
     
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    rainwoman Member 10+ Year Member

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    BRS Physiology helped me, and was useful for cardio/neuro/GI physio as well. More basic than class notes but if you can understand BRS, you will only have to fill in the blanks with all the excess crap your profs want you to learn. What is in BRS is what matters.
     
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    you might try Clinical Physiology of Acid-Base and Electrolyte Disorders, by Rose and Post. It's very thorough, but still concise and an easy read. It's paperback too, so not that $$. It helped clear up a lot of foggy areas in physiology...
     
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    Rose was the classic text we used in the dark ages when I went to medical school.
     
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