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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.




 
  

 

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March-April  2019 |  Vol 29 |  Issue 2 |
 
 
Special Article
Burden, access, and disparities in kidney disease
Deidra C Crews, Aminu K Bello, Gamal Saadi, for the World Kidney Day Steering Committee
This article is being published in Kidney International and reprinted concurrently in several journals. The articles cover identical concepts and wording, but vary in minor stylistic and spelling chan...
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Original Article
Persistent metabolic acidosis on regular hemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis
K. T. C Goutham, KT Harichandrakumar, P Dhanin, PS Priyamvada, S Haridasan, S Parameswaran
Metabolic acidosis is known to have adverse consequences in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) including protein-energy wasting, inflammation, bone disease, and disturbance in endocrine func...
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Original Article
Loss of subpodocytic space predicts poor response to tacrolimus in steroid-resistant calcineurin inhibitor-naïve adult-onset primary focal segmental glomerulosclerosis
P Agrawal, R Nada, R Ramachandran, CS Rayat, A Kumar, HS Kohli
Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) is the most common cause of adult-onset nephrotic syndrome, but its pathophysiology is poorly understood. The question as to why only a subset of patients r...
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