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# TITLE ATTENDING AUTHORS
ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY
01 A PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF ONE-YEAR OUTCOME AND PREDICTORS FOR MORTALITY OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY Su Hooi Teo
02 OUTCOME AND MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY (AKI) DETECTED USING ELECTRONIC ALERTS – A PROSPECTIVE STUDY FROM AN AUSTRALIAN TERTIARY CARE CENTRE Su Hooi Teo
03 HIGH DOSE VITAMIN C (ASCORBIC ACID) CAUSING RENAL FAILURE DUE TO OXALATE NEPHROPATHY Brian Doucet
04 IgG-4 RELATED DISEASE PRESENTING WITH ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY AND NEPHROTIC RANGE PROTEINURIA Aye San
05 PROGNOSTIC SIGNIFICANCE OF LOW LEVEL OF BLOOD GLUCOSE IN SEVERE ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY: A SECONDARY ANALYSIS FROM THE RENAL STUDY Ying Xie, Amanda Wang
06 PAR-1/S1P PATHWAY IN RENAL ISCHAEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY Joshua Liu
07 ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY – eAlert , IMPROVING RENAL OUTCOMES Tate Jacobson
08 DABIGATRAN TOXICITY ASSOCIATED WITH ACUTE INTERSTITIAL NEPHRITIS REQUIRING HAEMODIALYSIS DESPITE REPEAT IDARUCIZUMAB DOSES David Langsford
09 STATIN-ASSOCIATED RHABDOMYOLYSIS WITH RENAL FAILURE AS A CONSEQUENCE OF DRUG-DRUG INTERACTION WITH ERYTHROMYCIN Sally Wilkinson
10 AN UNUSUAL CASE OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY Kosar Hussain
11 TENDENCY TO PRESCRIBE EXCESSIVE EFFLUENT DOSES FOR CONTINUOUS RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY IN OUR MEDIUM-SIZED INTENSIVE CARE UNIT Frank Reimann
12 PREDICTION OF THE OUTCOME OF ACUTE RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY Ying Wang
13 ACUTE AND REVERSIBLE RENAL FAILURE IN A PATIENT WITH LEUKAEMIC INFILTRATION OF THE KIDNEY Jerson Yau
14 ATYPICAL HAEMOLYTIC UREMIC SYNDROME (AHUS) WITH REVERSIBLE MULTI-ORGAN INVOLVEMENT AFTER ECULIZUMAB Jason Diep
15 12 MONTH PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF SNAKEBITE CASES AT THE MANDALAY GENERAL HOSPITAL IN MYANMAR REVEALS ENORMOUS BURDEN OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY Chen Au Peh
16 ESTIMATED INCIDENCE OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY AFTER PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION BY TWO DENOMINATORS Ming-Yan Jiang
17 ELECTRIC SHOCK AND ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY WITH REFRACTORY HYPERKALEMIA AND METABOLIC ACIDOSIS: CASE REPORT IN SARDJITO HOSPITAL YOGYAKARTA Barkahdjaka Purwanto
18 A CASE OF TUBULOINTERSITIAL NEPHRITIS AND ANTERIOR UVEITIS (TINU SYNDROME) IN A YOUNG MALE Vinay Srinivasa
19 INTERSTITIAL NEPHRITIS WITH NEW IMMUNE CHECKPOINT INHIBITORS –PEMBROLIZUMAB Gunashree Nagaraju
20 35 HOURS OF CONTINUOUS HI FLUX HAEMODIALYSIS AFTER FAILED CONTINUOUS VENOUS-VENOUS HAEMODIAFILTRATION FOR SEVERE LACTIC ACIDOSIS DUE TO A 132g METFORMIN OVERDOSE A L Flavell
21 CASE REPORT: SULPHAMETHOXAZOLE INDUCED CRYSTALLURIA AS A COMPLICATION OF TREATMENT OF PNEUMOCYSTIS JIROVECI PNEUMONIA FOLLOWING STEROID TREATMENT FOR ACUTE INTERSTITIAL NEPHRITIS Vanessa Heron
CARDIOVASCULAR / HYPERTENSION
22 CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE IN END STAGE KIDNEY DISEASE, A DIAGNOSTIC CHALLENGE Edward Luttrell
23 HYPONATREMIA FOLLOWING ADMINISTRATION OF CANDESARTAN Gusti Hariyadi Maulana
24 SECONDARY HYPERTENSION CAUSED BY PRIMARY HYPERALDOSTERONISM Gusti Hariyadi Maulana
25 MULTIFACTORIAL INTRADIALYSIS PULMONARY OEDEMA. REAL TIME MEASUREMENT DURING DIALYSIS USING SWAN GANZ CATHETER TO EVALUATE CAUSES OF THE PULMONARY OEDEMA Reshma Shettigar
GLOMERULONEPHRITIS
26 A CASE OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY ASSOCIATED WITH MEMBRANOPROLIFERATIVE GLOMERULONEPHRITIS IN THE SETTING OF CRYOGLOBULINAEMIA AND B-CELL LYMPHOPROLIFERATIVE DISORDER Vanessa Heron
27 ANTI-GLOMERULAR BASEMENT MEMBRANE ANTIBODY DISEASE IN A PATIENT TREATED WITH ADALIMUMAB FOR RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS. Vanessa Heron
28 A CASE REPORT OF NEPHROTIC SYNDROME AND BULLOUS PEMPHIGOID IN ASSOCIATION WITH NICORANDIL Reshma Shettigar
29 PREDICTORS OF ONSET OF INFECTION AMONG NEWLY DIAGNOSED LUPUS NEPHRITIS PATIENTS Peiyun Liu
30 MYCOPHENOLATE IN THE TREATMENT OF HIV ASSOCIATED LUPUS LIKE GLOMERULONEPHRITIS – A CASE REPORT Mark Tiong
31 PROPYLTHIOURACIL-INDUCED CUTANEOUS AND SYSTEMIC VASCULITIS WITH ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN A PATIENT WITH SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS Wing Chi Gigi Yeung
32 RETROSPECTIVE OBSERVATIONAL SINGLE-CENTRE REVIEWTO EVALUATE THE OUTCOME OF SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS TREATED WITH RITUXIMAB ALONG WITH STANDARD IMMUNOSUPPRESSION IN CENTRAL AUSTRALIA. Sajith Kesavan Nayar
33 ACTION (AT1R and CCR2 TARGETS FOR INFLAMMATORY NEPHROSIS) PHASE 2a TRIAL FOR FOCAL SEGMENTAL GLOMERULUSCLEROSIS Simon Roger
34 ACTION (AT1R and CCR2 TARGETS FOR INFLAMMATORY NEPHROSIS) PHASE 2 TRIAL FOR DIABETIC KIDNEY DISEASE Simon Roger
35 A CASE REPORT: 19 YEAR OLD FEMALE WITH CRESCENTIC IGA NEPHROPATHY TREATED WITH STEROID AND CYSLOSPORINE Yulia Wardhani
36 CONTRASTING PRESENTATIONS OF ALEMTUZUMAB INDUCED ANTI-GLOMERULAR BASEMENT MEMBRANE DISEASE AND POTENTIAL IMPLICATIONS Erin Vaughan
37 A CASE OF MACROPHAGE ACTIVATION SYNDROME CAUSED BY LUPUS FLARE WITH ASSOCIATED LUPUS NEPHRITIS Vinay Srinvasa
38 IMMUNOTACTOID/FIBRILLARY GLOMERULOPATHY MASQUERADING AS C3 GLOMERULOPATHY: A CASE REPORT Adam Steinberg
39 ANTIBODY NEGATIVE ANTI-GLOMERULAR BASEMENT MEMBRANE DISEASE Kirsten Hepburn
40 A UNIQUE CASE OF ANTINEUTROPHIL CYTOPLASMIC ANTIBODY ASSOCIATED CRESCENTIC GLOMERULONEPHRITIS WITH MEMBRANOUS NEPHROPATHY IN A PATIENT WITH HASHIMOTO’S THYROIDITIS Thwe Thwe Soe
41 A CASE OF MEMBRANOPROLIFERATIVE GLOMERULONEPHRITIS IN CHRONIC LYMPHOCYTIC LEUKEMIA Zaw Thet
42 A CASE OF ADULT ONSET CRESCENTIC HENOCH-SCHÖNLEIN PURPURA NEPHRITIS (HSPN) WITH MASSIVE PROTEINURIA AND SEVERE RENAL INSUFFICIENCY Zaw Thet
43 NONINFECTIOUS CRYOGLOBULINAEMIC GLOMERULONEPHRITIS AND MONOCLONAL GAMMOPATHY: A CASE SERIES Al Flavell
44 RAPIDLY PROGRESSIVE IG A NEPHROPATHY : A CASE REPORT Metalia Puspitasari
45 INTRACRANIAL HYPERTENSION IN A PATIENT WITH TYPE V LUPUS NEPHRITIS Xiu Xian Chia
46 PURTSCHER-LIKE RETINOPATHY IN SYSTEMIC VASCULITIS AND CLASS IV LUPUS NEPHRITIS: 2 CASE REPORTS Pek Ghe Tan
47 DOUBLE SEROPOSITIVE ANTI-GBM AND ANCA DISEASE WITH MULTIPLE RELAPSES: A CASE FOR MAINTENANCE IMMUNOSUPPRESSION Sarah So
EPIDEMIOLOGY AND PUBLIC HEALTH
48 A HIGH PREVALENCE OF GLOMERULONEPHRITIDES WITHIN THE ELDERLY POPULATION: AN AUDIT OF RENAL BIOPSIES IN GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY Sarah So
49 VALIDITY OF MODIFIED CHARLSON COMORBIDITY INDEX AND DAVIES COMORBIDITY INDEX ON CLINICAL OUTCOMES IN INCIDENT HEMODIALYSIS AND PERITONEAL DIALYSIS Myung Ah Ha
50 GEOGRAPHICAL RELOCATION IN AUSTRALIAN PATIENTS RECEIVING RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY Hicham I Cheikh Hassan
PREGNANCY ASSOCIATED
51 AN ATYPICAL CASE: POST-PARTUM AHUS Sarah So
52 THROMBOTIC MICROANGIOPATHY IN PREGNANCY WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES MELLITUS: A CASE REPORT Benjamin Lazarus
HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH
53 VALIDITY OF AKI DIAGNOSIS AMONG PATIENTS UNDERGOING PCI: DISCHARGE NOTES VERSUS BILLING CODES Ming-Yan Jiang
54 THE SYMPTOM MONITORING WITH FEEDBACK TRIAL (SWIFT): A NOVEL REGISTRY-BASED CLUSTER RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL AMONG AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND ADULTS WITH END-STAGE KIDNEY DISEASE MANAGED ON HAEMODIALYSIS Rachael Morton
55 CHARACTERISTICS, MORTALITY AND RENAL OUTCOMES OF PACIFIC ISLANDER & MAORI PATIENTS WITH DIABETES AND CKD WHO RECEIVE SPECIALIST NEPHROLOGY CARE Ken-Soon Tan
56 ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE, MULTI-DISCIPLINARY, EVIDENCE-BASED COMMUNICATION SKILLS COURSE FOR NEPHROLOGY CLINICIANS IN NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA; EXPERIENCE AND OUTCOMES Elizabeth J Stallworthy
57 THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A SUPPORTIVE CARE CLINIC IN A LARGE TERTIARY CENTRE: A 12-MONTH EXPERIENCE Peter Kerr
GENERAL NEPHROLOGY
58 USE OF A PATIENT REPORTED OUTCOME TOOL TO EVALUATE SYMPTOM BURDEN AND INFORM RESOURCE ALLOCATION IN PATIENTS WITH END STAGE KIDNEY DISEASE Peter Kerr
59 GLOMERULAR, MESANGIAL, AND TUBULAR CYTOPLASMIC FIBRILLARY INCLUSIONS IN A PATIENT WITH MYELOMA Edmund Chung
60 BONE SCINTIGRAPHY AS A MODALITY TO MONITOR DISEASE ACTIVITY OF CALCIPHYLAXIS IN A PATIENT WITH END-STAGE KIDNEY DISEASE SECONDARY TO DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY Justin Chua
61 FLUCLOXACILLIN AND PARACETAMOL INDUCED PYROGLUTAMIC ACIDOSIS Subramanian Kumar, Max Ray
62 ELEVATED RENAL RESISTIVE INDEX PREDICTS THE PRESENCE OF RENAL PARENCHYMAL DISEASE BUT NOT THE RATE OF ITS PROGRESSION Karumathil Murali
63 ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SCLEROSTIN WITH CALCIUM AND ORGANIC PHOSPHORUS LEVELS IN PREDIALYTIC CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Dede Satia Sukmana
64 EXPRESSION OF MMPS AND TIMPS ARE DIFFERENTIALLY REGULATED IN CATARACT TISSUE OF PATIENTS WITH CKD AND DIABETES OR BOTH Jonathan Erlich
65 TENOFOVIR INDCUED REVERSIBLE NEPHROGENIC DIABETES INSIPIDUS WITHOUT FANCONI SYNDROME IN A PATIENT WITH HEPATITIS B Zaw Thet
66 OUTCOME OF NUTRITIONAL INTERVENTION IN PATIENTS WITH END STAGE RENAL DISEASE ON MAINTENANCE DIALYSIS Ann-Maree Randall
67 ASSOCIATION OF CIRCULATING ZINC WITH NEUTROPHIL TO LYMPHOCYTE RATIO AS NOVEL INFLAMMATION MARKER IN CKD PATIENTS Minyoung Kim
68 RENAL RECOVERY IN A DIALYSIS-DEPENDENT PATIENT WITH END-STAGE KIDNEY DISEASE SECONDARY TO ANALGESIC NEPHROPATHY Yeung-Ae Park
69 PREVALENCE OF MALNUTRITION, NUTRITIONAL PROFILE AND LENGTH OF STAY IN RENAL INPATIENTS Su Bahceci
70 IRON INFUSION AND HYPOPHOSPHATEMIA Deepak Vardesh
71 REVERSAL OF RAISED LIVER FUNCTION TESTS IN A PATIENT WITH AUTOSOMAL DOMINANT POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASE ON TOLVAPTAN, SOLELY AFTER CESSATION OF ARTIFICIALLY SWEETENED BEVERAGES: A CASE REPORT. Mark Thomas
72 OFATUMUMAB THERAPY IN RESISTANT ADULT MINIMAL CHANGE DISEASE Zhuolin Ng
73 HEPCIDIN AND METABOLIC SYNDROME IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE Sibel Bek
GENETICS
74 FROM A MISDIAGNOSIS TO DIAGNOSIS OF MYOSIN HEAVY CHAIN 9 RELATED PLATELET DISORDER Sibel Bek
75 RENAL ANGIOMYOLIPOMAS IN TUBEROUS SCLEROSIS COMPLEX: A CASE REPORT AND LITERATURE REVIEW Patrick Wu
76 PATIENT AND CAREGIVER BELIEFS, ATTITUDES AND PERSPECTIVES ON GENETIC SCREENING AND TESTING FOR AUTOSOMAL POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASE Charlotte Logeman
77 BIALLELLIC CUBN VARIANTS AS A CAUSE OF ISOLATED PROTEINURIA- CHALLENGING THE INVESTIGATIVE PARADIGM Kushani Jayasinghe, Cathy Quinlan
78 NEPHROPATHY IN A PATIENT WITH MAY-HEGGLIN ANOMALY AND A REVIEW OF MYH9-RELATED DISEASES (MYH-RD) Teresa Chang
79 SUCCESSFUL KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION IN A PATIENT WITH MATERNAL INHERITED DEAFNESS AND DIABETES (MIDD) Ezekiel Ho
CKD-MBD / ANAEMIAL / ADEQUACY
80 A 2-YEAR STUDY EVALUATING THE EFFICACY OF DENOSUMAB FOR THE TREATMENT OF MALE HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH LOW BONE MINERAL DENSITY Hiroya Takami
81 THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN SECONDARY CALCIPROTEIN PARTICLES AND OSTEOBLASTIC DIFFERENTIATION Michael Mx Cai
82 EFFECT OF CINACALCET CESSATION ON PARATHRYROIDECTOMY AND BIOCHEMICAL MARKERS IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS FROM TOPEND OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY Vijay Kumar Karepalli
83 REDUCING PATHOLOGY COST IN DIALYSIS Catherine Wilkinson
84 RET-He CORRELATED WITH IRON AND TRANSFERRIN SATURATION IN ROUTINE HEMODIALYSIS Mohammad Rudiansyah
HAEMODIALYSIS
85 CEMENT LEAKAGE IN THE INFERIOR VENA CAVA Chang Seong Kim
86 PREVALENCE OF PULMONARY HYPERTENSION IN HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS IN THE TOP END Madhivanan Sundaram
87 PREVALENCE AND SEVERITY OF CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE IN HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS IN THE TOP END Madhivanan Sundaram
88 THE IMPACT OF DIALYZER MEMBRANE ON END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE PATIENTS’ QUALITY OF LIFE: A MULTICENTER STUDY IN JAKARTA, INDONESIA Lucky Aziza
89 A COMPARISON OF WASTE GENERATION AND DISPOSAL PRACTICES AND COSTS WITHIN TWO HAEMODIALYSIS UNITS Katherine Barraclough
90 AN AUDIT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY ACROSS TERTIARY DIALYSIS FACILITIES IN TASMANIA Natasha Abeysekera
91 UTILIZING IPOS RENAL TOOL TO IDENTIFY COMMON SYMPTOMS IN HAEMODIALYIS PATIENTS TO ENHANCE PATIENT CARE AND HEALTH OUTCOMES Julie Chimyong
92 HEMODIALYSIS INDUCED CARDIAC DYSFUNCTION AND RELATED FACTORS Iwayan Mertha
93 APIXABAN USE IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS Krishna Pavan Tirumala Echampati
94 CORRELATION BETWEEN SERUM ALBUMIN AND SERUM IONIZED CALCIUM IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING ROUTINE HEMODIALYSIS Wizhar Syamsuri
95 NUTRITIONAL OUTCOMES OF END-STAGE RENAL FAILURE PATIENTS RECEIVING INTRA-DIALYTIC PARENTERAL NUTRITION; A CASE SERIES Su Bahceci
96 LIGHT EXPOSURE DURING HAEMODIALYSIS DOES NOT CAUSE HAEMOLYSIS OR OXIDATIVE STRESS J Li
97 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HEMOGLOBIN, SERUM ALBUMIN, BODY MASS INDEX, HEMODIALYSIS SHIFT TIME AND HEMODIALYSIS ADEQUACY WITH QUALITY OF LIFE IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE SUBJECTS WHO UNDERWENT ROUTINE HEMODIALYSIS Darryl Tanod
VASCULAR ACCESS
98 ENDOVASCULAR THROMBECTOMY FOR SALVAGE OF CLOTTED VASCULAR ACCESS AND PREDICTORS OF POOR PATENCY FOLLOWING INTERVENTION Ru Yu Tan
99 A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW OF ARTERIO-VENOUS ACCESS IN A SINGLE RENAL UNIT FROM 2010-2016 Edmund Chung
INTERVENTIONAL NEPHROLOGY
100 URETERIC OBSTRUCTION AND HYDRONEPHROSIS SECONDARY TO HAEMATURIA AFTER RENAL BIOPSY Daniel O’Hara
101 ENDOVASCULAR RENAL DENERVATION IN LOIN PAIN HAEMATURIA SYNDROME Ellen Hourn
102 HOW MANY ABDOMINAL SCARS ARE TOO MANY FOR PD CATHETER INSERTION Viduranga Wjeratne
103 THE PURSUIT OF ENDOVASCULAR PROCEDURES FOR TUNNELED DIALYSIS CATHETER INSERTIONS. Sajith Nayar
104 PERCUTANEOUS PERITONEAL DIALYSIS CATHETER INSERTION THROUGH LINEA ALBA – INITIAL EXPERIENCE. Harris Abdul Hakim
PAEDIATRICS
105 A REVIEW OF PERITONEAL DIALYSIS CATHETER INSERTION AND ITS COMPLICATIONS IN CHILDREN AND INFANTS Roshana Kanagaratnam
PERITONEAL DIALYSIS
106 PROFILE OF CAPD PATIENTS IN SARDJITO GENERAL HOSPITAL YOGYAKARTA INDONESIA Wayan Mertha Wayan
107 RETINAL CHANGES IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS Sibel Bek
108 PERITONEAL DIALYSIS CATHETER MALFUNCTION CAUSED BY A “PERITONEAL MOUSE” Daniel O’Hara
109 PERITONITIS AS A RISK FACTOR FOR CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS Kirsten Hepburn
110 THE PREVALENCE AND UTILITY OF BACKUP ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING PERITONEAL DIALYSIS – A RURAL PERSPECTIVE Chau Wang Ng
111 PREDICTORS OF MORTALITY IN PERITONEAL DIALYSIS PATIENTS IN A TERTIARY CENTER Gerard Low
112 TWO CASES OF KOCURIA PERITONITIS NECESSITATING PERITONEAL DIALYSIS CATHETER REMOVAL Vanessa Heron
113 OUTCOMES OF PERITONEAL DIALYSIS: DO THEY CORRELATE WITH TRAINING AND WELLBEING PRE-DIALYSIS FACTORS? Elicia Vujovich
TRANSPLANTATION
114 A CASE REPORT OF PULMONARY ALVEOLAR PROTEINOSIS IN RENAL TRANSPLANT Candice Khor
115 HIGH ANTI-CMV IGG TITER IS ASSOCIATED WITH RENAL FUNCTION DECLINE AND ALLOGRAFT REJECTION IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT PATIENTS Tz-Heng Chen
116 A CASE OF INTESTINAL MICROSPORIODOSIS IN RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENT: ALBENDAZOLE IS EFFECTIVE Zaw Thet
117 HYPERACUTE REJECTION OF KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION IN RSCM-JAKARTA: A CASE SERIES I Putu Arsana
118 CASE SERIES OF ABO INCOMPATIBLE KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION: CIPTO MANGUNKUSUMO GENERAL HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE Donnie Lumban Gaol
119 [withdrawn poster]
120 [withdrawn poster]
121 IDIOPATHIC HAEMORRHAGIC INTERSTITIAL NEPHRITIS IN A LONG-TERM RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENT Mahmoud Amer
122 A CASE OF DISSEMINATED NOCARDIA INFECTION IN A RENAL TRANSPLANT PATIENT OF INDIGENOUS ORIGIN Vinay Srinivasa
123 INFECTIONS IN RENAL TRANSPLANT PATIENTS IN CENTRAL AUSTRALIA Dan Tran
124 ARE THE BIOMARKERS ACCURATE? A CASE OF COVERT ATYPICAL HAEMOLYTIC URAEMIC SYNDROME IN A RENAL ALLOGRAFT RECIPIENT Lee Skeat
125 SPONTANEOUS SUPERIOR MESENTERIC VEIN THROMOBOSIS 13 YEARS AFTER SUCCESSFUL RENAL TRANSPLANTATION Vanessa Heron
126 POST KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION MEMBRANOPROLIFERATIVE GLOMERULONEPHRITIS ASSOCIATED WITH LIGHT-CHAIN PARAPROTEINAEMIA Adam Steinberg
127 PRETRANSPLANT PLASMAPHARESIS IN HLA ANTIBODIES POSITIVE KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION RECIPIENT Tri Widodo
128 RITUXIMAB INDUCTION SUCCESSFULLY PREVENTING MESANGIOCAPILLARY GLOMERULONEPHRITIS RECURRENCE IN TRANSPLANTATION Lachlan McMichael
129 OBESITY RELATED RENAL GRAFT COMPRESSION LEADING TO ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY Sebastian Hultin
130 A CASE OF LIVE RENAL TRANSPLANTATION FOR END STAGE KIDNEY DISEASE SECONDARY TO PAROXYSMAL NOCTURNAL HAEMOGLOBINURIA Anushree Tiku
EXPERIMENTAL TUBOLOINTERSTITIAL DISEASE
131 PRECLINICAL ASSESSMENT OF ANTI-MIDKINE ANTIBODIES IN REDUCING KIDNEY INJURY AND DYSFUNCTION INDUCED BY ADRIAMYCIN NEPHROPATHY Jeffrey Wang

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