The Evolution of Our Knowledge of HIV-Associated Kidney Disease in Africa
American Journal of Kidney Diseases, 08/20/2012
Swanepoel CR et al. – Patients with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) who present with acute kidney injury appear to have mainly acute tubular necrosis due to sepsis, dehydration, and nephrotoxic drugs. Since the rollout of combination antiretroviral therapy, the extent of HIV infection and kidney disease continues to be modified and possibly retarded.