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Transient nephrotic syndrome after anaesthesia resulting from a familial cryofibrinogen precipitating at 35 degrees C.
  1. Y Lolin,
  2. P A Razis,
  3. P O'Gorman,
  4. M Hjelm,
  5. A S Wierzbicki
  1. Department of Chemical Pathology, National Hospitals for Nervous Diseases, Queen Square, London.

    Abstract

    Transient nephrotic syndrome, haematuria, and cryofibrinogenuria in a child after anaesthesia were found in association with a plasma cryofibrinogen that precipitated at 35 degrees C. Investigation of the family showed this to be a familial trait probably with dominant inheritance.

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