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Cewkowo-środmiąższowe zapalenie nerek u chorej przewlekle zażywającej furosemid

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Tubulointerstitial nephritis revealed in patient on long-term furosemide therapy
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This case study presents the problem of developing tubulointerstitial nephritis and nephrocalcinosis in a patient on long-term loop diuretic therapy ( furosemide). Complications of prolonged furosemide abuse lead to calcium metabolism disorders and may also cause nephrolithiasis and nephrocalcinosis. First line treatment, in particular cases, seems to be cessation of furosemide intake.
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W przedstawionej pracy omówiono przypadek cewkowo-śródmiąższowego zapalenia oraz wapnicy nerek u chorej długotrwale zażywającej diuretyk pętlowy (furosemid). Powikłania przewlekłej terapii furosemidem, prowadzące do zaburzeń gospodarki wapniowej, skutkują m.in. powstawaniem kamicy i wapnicy nerek . Leczeniem z wyboru, w uzasadnionych przypadkach, jest całkowite odstawienie leku moczopędnego.
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63
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6
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81-85
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  • Klinika Chorób Wewnętrznych i Metabolicznych SUM, 40-635 Katowice, ul. Ziołowa 45/47; tel. 032 359 83 00 fax. 032 252 35 93, anecka@interia.pl
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  • Klinika Chorób Wewnętrznych i Metabolicznych SUM w Katowicach
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