Nephrology and Hypertension

Rabie E. Abdel-Halim

Lithotripsy: a historical review

Andrew Bomback

Nephrology in 10 Steps

Laura Carreras-Planella, Marcella Franquesa, Ricardo Lauzurica, and Francesc E. Borràs

A brief history of kidney transplantation

Joseph deBettencourt

Korotkov’s Sound

George Dunea

History of nephrology: beginnings

History of nephrology: the middle period

History of nephrology: modern era

Domenico Cotugno (1736-1822)

Dr. Willem J. Kolff: a great man
Stanley Shaldon as I knew him
Thomas Addis and his times
Satoru Nakamoto
Belding Scribner and his arteriovenous Teflon shunt
Robert Kark
Sir William Gull, polymath and pioneer physician
Richard Bright, the father of nephrology
Pierre Rayer (1793- 1867) – first to use microscopy to study kidney disease
Harry Goldblatt and the kidney
Walter Kempner (1903–1997) and his rice diet
Sympathectomy for hypertension

Howard Fischer

Dr. Jochem Hoyer’s singular act of altruism

Jose Grünberg, Christina Verocay, Anabella Rébori, and Carmen Amaral

PDF Document The Promotion of Patient Resilience in a Pediatric Dialysis Unit: A Case Report

Todd S. Ing 

Oliver Murray Wrong: A Giant in Nephrology

Shanda McCutcheon

Scarred for life

Earl Smith

Irvine H. Page M.D. 1901-1991

Jayant Radhakrishnan

Unlikely pioneers in renal transplantation: The Little Company of Mary Sisters

Nicolas Roberto Robles

Sir George Pickering and the low salt diet

Hansjörg Rothe

How to acquire something external – Immanuel Kant on kidney-paired donation

Mårten Segelmark

Nils Alwall – one of the founding fathers of nephrology

Michael D. Shulman
        A fatal and mysterious illness
Alexandru Gh. Sonoc

The village uroscopist


Death from uremia
Jean-Baptiste de Sénac
High blood pressure and the kidney: the forgotten contribution of William Senhouse Kirkes
The true discoverer of essential hypertension
History of nephrology vignettes
Saul Bellow visits a dialysis unit