NPHS

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NPHSNational Population Health Survey
NPHSNational Population Health Survey (UK)
NPHSNew Palestine High School (Indiana)
NPHSNewbury Park High School (Newbury Park, CA)
NPHSNorth Pole High School
NPHSNorth Paulding High School (Dallas, GA)
NPHSNorth Penn High School
NPHSNorth Port High School (Florida)
NPHSNorth Platte High School (Nebraska)
NPHSNorthland Pines High School (Wisconsin)
NPHSNorth Plainfield High School (North Plainfield, NJ)
NPHSNew Providence High School (New Providence, New Jersey)
NPHSNephrosis
NPHSNorth Providence High School
NPHSNew Philadelphia High School (New Philadelphia, OH)
NPHSNorth Pocono High School (Pennsylvania)
NPHSNorth Philadelphia Health Systems
NPHSNorth Putnam High School (Roachdale, IN)
NPHSNational Public Health System
NPHSNeighborhood Partnership Housing Services, Inc (Ontario, California)
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Nephritis, 25.4 12.2 nephrotic (24.9-26.0) (12.1-12.3) syndrome, and nephrosis (10) RR (95% CI) 2.08 -- (2.04-2.12) ([section]) 9.
We further detected the expression of proteins related to podocyte damage in the [MPC.sub.5] cells treated by HQH, Sun et al, proved that HQH promotes the nephrin and podocin protein expression in rat renal tissues with Adriamycin-induced nephrosis [9], In this study, the results showed that the HQH treatment promoted the cell proliferation, suppressed the cell apoptosis, and increased the expression of nephrin, podocin, and synaptopodin proteins (Figure 2 and 3), implying the protective role of HQH in the [MPC.sub.5] damage,
Certain rare conditions may be seen in higher numbers than usual as a consequence of the shortages induced, e.g., osmotic nephrosis.
Traditionally, it has been used as a diuretic, sedative, and tonic to treat diabetes, edema, nephrosis, acute gastroenteric catarrh, chronic fatigue syndrome, insomnia, diarrhea, nausea, emesis, and dizziness [4, 31, 43].
Bajema, "The pathology of jaundice-related renal insufficiency: cholemic nephrosis revisited," Journal of Nephrology, vol.
Kidney failure among children may also be attributed to some other medical conditions, such as nephrosis, particularly the type that does not respond to treatment and may eventually lead to kidney fibrosis.
Farnsworth EB (1950d) Studies on the influence of adrenocorticotrophin in acute nephritis, in simple nephrosis and in nephrosis with azotemia.
Ganoderma lucidum suppresses endothelial cell cytotoxicity and proteinuria in persistent proteinuric focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) nephrosis. Clin Hemorheol Micorcirc.
Lipoid nephrosis and focal sclerosis distinct entities or spectrum of disease.
Utilizing a puromycin aminonucleoside (PAN) nephrosis model, Ptpro mRNA was found in the urine of rats after insult, but not in untreated, healthy rats [120].
The spleen showed fibroadeny, and tubular nephrosis was found.