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This guide provides information on resources related to nephrology


Welcome to the research guide for Nephrology. In it you will find resources and information that will help you with your patient care and research. Click on the tabs on this page to uncover detailed lists of resources to help answer your questions.  Each tab is comprised of the best sources for finding journal articles, drug information, and point of care resources.

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This guide is provided to assist you in finding the information you need in the field of Nephrology

Click on the tabs along the top of the page to see the Nephrology resources in each category.

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Journals that Publish Case Reports

The American Society of Nephrology (ASN) compiled a list of Nephrology journals that publish case reports. Additionally, the ASN noted when a journal has a section devoted to fellows' publications.

View the list at:

Nephrology Faculty Research Profiles

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