Internal Medicine: Open Access

Internal Medicine: Open Access
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Citations Report

Citations Report - Internal Medicine: Open Access [435 Articles]

The articles published in Internal Medicine: Open Access have been cited 435 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Internal Medicine: Open Access.

Luyckx VA. Prenatal Antecedents of Chronic Kidney Disease. Chro Renal Dis 2020; 297-312.

Piccoli GB, Cabiddu G, Breuer C, Jadeau C, Testa A, Brunori G. Dialysis Reimbursement: What Impact Do Different Models Have on Clinical Choices?. J Clin Med 2019;8(2):276.

Ferguson T. The cost-effectiveness of primary screening for chronic kidney disease in Manitoba’s rural and remote First Nations.

Kosnik MB, Reif DM, Lobdell DT, Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Hader JD, et al. Associations between access to healthcare, environmental quality, and end-stage renal disease survival time: Proportional-hazards models of over 1,000,000 people over 14 years. PloS one 2019;14(3):0214094.

Luyckx VA, Brenner BM. Clinical consequences of developmental programming of low nephron number. Anatom Record 2019;6.

Muscat DM, Kanagaratnam R, Shepherd HL, Sud K, McCaffery K, Webster A. Beyond dialysis decisions: a qualitative exploration of decision-making among culturally and linguistically diverse adults with chronic kidney disease on haemodialysis. BMC nephrology 2018;19(1):339.

Silva Junior GB, Oliveira JG, Oliveira MR, Vieira LJ, Dias ER. Global costs attributed to chronic kidney disease: a systematic review. Revista da Associação Médica Brasileira. 2018 Dec;64(12):1108-16.

Kierans C. Chronic Failures: Kidneys, Regimes of Care, and the Mexican State. Rutgers University Press; 2019 Nov 15.

Silva Junior GB, Oliveira JG, Oliveira MR, Vieira LJ, Dias ER. Global costs attributed to chronic kidney disease: a systematic review. Revista da Associação Médica Brasileira 2018;64(12):1108-1116.

Kierans C. Chronic Failures: Kidneys, Regimes of Care, and the Mexican State. Rutgers University Press 2019;15.

Vengala N. Origin and Regimen of Diabetic Nephropathy. Res Rev J Med Health Sci 2017;6(1):1-10

Woo KT, Choong HL, Chan CM, Wong KS, Lee GS, Tan HK, et al.CKD in disadvantaged populations. Kidney intern 2015;88(2):414.

Mercado‐Martinez FJ, da Silva DG, Correa‐Mauricio ME. A comparative study of renal care in Brazil and Mexico: hemodialysis treatment from the perspective of ESRD sufferers. Nursing inquiry 2017;24(2):12163.

Friedman D, Luyckx VA. Genetic and developmental factors in chronic kidney disease hotspots. InSeminars in nephrology 2019;39(3):244-255.

Peck R, Baisley K, Kavishe B, Were J, Mghamba J, Smeeth L,et al.Decreased renal function and associated factors in cities, towns and rural areas of Tanzania: a community‐based population survey. Trop Med Intern health 2016;21(3):393-404.

Valdez-Ortiz R, Navarro-Reynoso F, Olvera-Soto MG, Martin-Alemañy G, Rodríguez-Matías A, Hernández-Arciniega CR, Cortes-Pérez M, Chávez-López E, García-Villalobos G, Hinojosa-Heredia H, Camacho-Aguirre AY. Mortality in patients with chronic renal disease without health insurance in Mexico: opportunities for a national renal health policy. Kidney Intern Rep 2018;3(5):1171-1182.

Alba MM, Citarelli AN, Menni F, Braicovich A, De Horta E, De Rosa F, et al. Tobacco and end stage renal disease: a multicenter, cross-sectional study in Argentinian Northern Patagonia. Tobacco indu dis2015;13(1):28.

Gadalean F, Lighezan D, Stoian D, Schiller O, Timar R, Timar B, et al. The survival of Roma minority patients on chronic hemodialysis therapy-A Romanian multicenter survey. PloS one 2016 19;11(5):0155271.

Luyckx VA, Miljeteig I, Ejigu AM, Moosa MR. Ethical challenges in the provision of dialysis in resource-constrained environments. Sem nephro 2017;3(3) 273-286.

Eriksson JG, Salonen MK, Kajantie E, Osmond C. Prenatal growth and CKD in older adults: longitudinal findings from the Helsinki Birth Cohort Study, 1924-1944. Ame J Kidney Dis 2018;71(1):20-26.

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