In a recent Core Curriculum published in AJKD, Loulwa Alsharhan and Laurence H. Beck Jr. discuss the typical features of primary and secondary disease; highlight the target antigens such as the phospholipase A2 receptor, thrombospondin type 1 domain-containing 7A, neural epidermal growth factor-like 1, and semaphorin-3B; describe the relationship between the immunologic and clinical courses of disease; and review modern management with supportive care or immunosuppressive treatment based on these composite parameters.
AJKD’s Social Media Editor, Timothy Yau @Maximal_Change recently caught up with his old Rush Nephrology colleagues (Bea Concepcion @KidneyBea_n, Roger Rodby @NephRodby, and William Whittier @TWhittier_RUSH) to discuss the topic.
If the embedded player above doesn’t work, please click here to watch the video interview. Special thanks to Drs. Concepcion, Rodby, and Whittier for agreeing to do the interview!
To view this Core Curriculum (FREE), please visit AJKD.org.
Articles in the Core Curriculum aim to give trainees in nephrology a strong knowledge base in core topics in the specialty by providing an overview of the topic and citing key references, including the foundational literature that led to current clinical approaches.