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Принципы ведения гломерулярных болезней (часть 2): итоги согласительной конференции Kidney disease: improving global outcomes (KDIGO) по спорным вопросам

https://doi.org/10.36485/1561-6274-2021-25-1-96-119

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По инициативе KDIGO (Kidney Disease: Improving Global Outcomes) в ноябре 2017 года была организована конференция по спорным вопросам в отношении гломерулярных болезней. В фокусе конференции были клинические рекомендации KDIGO 2012 года и новый взгляд на номенклатуру, патогенез, диагностику и лечение гломерулярных болезней, сформировавшийся с момента публикации рекомендаций. В ходе конференции Рабочая группа рассмотрела данные в отношении патогенеза, биомаркеров и лечения с целью выявления областей, где мнения экспертов совпадают и где разнятся. Данный отчет суммирует результаты дискуссии по первичным подоцитопатиям, волчаночному нефриту, АНЦА-ассоциированному нефриту, комплемент-опосредованным поражениям почек и моноклональной гаммапатии ренального значения.

Об авторах

Брэд Х. Ровин
Университет штата Огайо, медицинский центр Уэкснер
Соединённые Штаты Америки

Подразделение Нефрологии

Колумбия, Огайо


Доун Дж. Кастер
Университет Школа медицины Луисвилла
Соединённые Штаты Америки

Отделение медицины

Луисвилл, Кентуки


Дэниел К. Каттран
Главный научно-исследовательский институт г. Торонто, Университетская сеть здравоохранения
Канада
Торонто, Онтарио


Кейша Л. Гибсон
Нефрологический центр Чапел-Хилла Университета Северной Каролины
Соединённые Штаты Америки
Чапел-Хилл, Северная Каролина


Джонатан Дж. Хоган
Университет Пенсильвании
Соединённые Штаты Америки

Подразделение Нефрологии

Филадельфия, Пенсильвания



Маркус Дж. Мюллер
Рейнско-Вестфальский технический университет
Германия

Подразделение нефрологии и клинической иммунологии

Аахен


Дарио Рокателло
Университет Турина
Италия

Центр исследования иммунопатологии и редких заболеваний, отделение нефрологии и диализа (член Европейской ассоциации редких болезней почек)



Майкл Чеунг
KDIGO
Бельгия
Brussels


Дэвид К. Вилер
Университетский колледж
Великобритания
Лондон


Вольфганг К. Винкелмайер
Медицинский колледж Бэйлор
Соединённые Штаты Америки
Сельцманский институт здоровья почек, Секция Нефрологии, Отделение медициныХьюстон, Техас 


Юрген Флёге
Рейнско-Вестфальский технический университет г. Аахена
Германия

Юрген Флёге - Подразделение Нефрологии и клинической Иммунологии.

Пау-элсштрассе 30, 52057 Аахен



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