This article describes the so-called “uric acid renal infarcts” sometimes encountered in nursing child and the similarities with those observed occasionally in the kidneys of sucking-pigs and suckling calves: since the anatomical and pathological picture is quite comparable, the Authors believe that these animals could be spontaneous models for the study of this pathology observed in humans.

Il lattonzolo e il vitello da latte: modelli spontanei per lo studio dei cosiddetti "infarti urici renali" del bambino lattante.

MIOLETTI, Silvia;AMEDEO, Stefano;GUARDA, Franco
2016

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This article describes the so-called “uric acid renal infarcts” sometimes encountered in nursing child and the similarities with those observed occasionally in the kidneys of sucking-pigs and suckling calves: since the anatomical and pathological picture is quite comparable, the Authors believe that these animals could be spontaneous models for the study of this pathology observed in humans.
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lattonzolo, vitello da latte, lattante, infarti renali, acido urico
Mioletti, Silvia; Amedeo, Stefano; Guarda, Franco
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