Shrunken Pore Syndrome (SPS) - morbidity and mortality in a population with measured glomerular filtration rate (GFR)

Project: Research


The objective of this project is to study the morbidity and mortality with shrunken pore syndrome (SPS) in a large population of patients with measured GFR.

Consecutive samples from adults (n = 2805) referred to Skåne University Hospital, Lund, Sweden, for measurement of GFR during 2008-2010 were used to identify the study cohort.
Short titleSPS and mortality
Effective start/end date2018/01/012020/12/31


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Jonas Björk, Ulf Nyman, Berg, U., Delanaye, P., Dubourg, L., Goffin, K., Anders Grubb, Hansson, M., Littmann, K., Åsling-Monemi, K., Bökenkamp, A. & Pottel, H., 2019 Feb 4, In : Pediatric Nephrology.

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Sällman Almén, M., Jonas Björk, Ulf Nyman, Veronica Lindström, Jonsson, M., Magnus Abrahamson, Schiller Vestergren, A., Lindhe, Ö., Franklin, G., Anders Christensson & Anders Grubb, 2019 Jan, In : Kidney International Reports. 4, 1, p. 67-79

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Pottel, H., Jonas Björk, Bökenkamp, A., Berg, U., Åsling-Monemi, K., Selistre, L., Dubourg, L., Hansson, M., Littmann, K., Jones, I., Sjöström, P., Ulf Nyman & Delanaye, P., 2019, In : Kidney International. 95, 5, p. 1234-1243

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