- PROFESSOR Medicine, Nephrology
ResearchClinical studies and observations are carried out on electrolyte problems in patients with and without renal disease and on dialysis.\r\n
Kahn T. Hypernatremia and edema. Arch Int Med 1999; 159: 93-98.
Korosi A, Kahn T, Kalb T, Uribarri J. Marked hyperlactatemia associated with severe alkalemia in a patient with thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura. Am J Kid Dis 2000 Jul; 36(1): E6.
Kahn T. Reset osmostat and salt and water retention in the course of. Medicine 2003; 82: 170-176.
Uribarri J, Prabhakar S, Kahn T. Hyponatremia in peritoneal dialysis. Clin Nephrol;.
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