Adrena Johnson: Influence Statistics

Adrena Johnson

Adrena Johnson

From the Departments of Medicine (R.J.F., E.O., A.J.) and Pathology (J.C.J.). University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the Departments of Pediatrics and Medicine ...

Adrena Johnson: Expert Impact

Concepts for which Adrena Johnson has direct influence: Acute splenic sequestration , Splenic infarction , Splenic sequestration , Sickle cell , Proteinuria patients , Sickle cell anemia , Sickle cell nephropathy .

Adrena Johnson: KOL impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which for which Adrena Johnson has influence: Sickle cell disease , Cell anemia , Glomerular hyperfiltration , Hydroxyurea therapy , Patients scd , Fetal hemoglobin , Splenic sequestration .

KOL Resume for Adrena Johnson

Year
1992

From the Departments of Medicine (R.J.F., E.O., A.J.) and Pathology (J.C.J.). University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the Departments of Pediatrics and Medicine (J.S., G.P.), Duke University, Durham, N.C. Address reprint requests to Dr. Falk at the Department of Medicine, Division of Nephrology. CB #7155, 3034 Old Clinic Bldg., Chapel Hill, NC 27599.

1991

Department of Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 27599–7600.

Prominent publications by Adrena Johnson

KOL-Index: 10303 . BACKGROUND: Nephropathy may develop in patients with sickle cell disease. We determined the prevalence of proteinuria and renal insufficiency in a group of patients with sickle cell disease and investigated the renal pathologic changes and the effects of an angiotensin-converting-enzyme inhibitor (enalapril) on protein excretion in patients found to have nephropathy. METHODS: We ...
Known for Sickle Cell | Proteinuria Patients | Converting Enzyme | Renal Insufficiency
KOL-Index: 7166 . While acute splenic sequestration and splenic infarction are commonly observed in infants and young children with sickle cell anemia, they are rarely experienced by adult hemoglobin S homozygotes because the recurrent splenic infarction that takes place during childhood is typically followed by scarring, atrophy, and splenic fibrosis. Both acute splenic sequestration and splenic infarction ...
Known for Acute Splenic Sequestration | Splenic Infarction | Hemoglobin Disease | Young Children

Key People For Acute Splenic Sequestration

Top KOLs in the world
#1
Graham Roger Serjeant
sickle cell fetal hemoglobin adult anemia
#2
Gillian H Maude
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#3
Douglas Roland Higgs
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#4
Michael C G Stevens
sickle cell glucose production acute splenic sequestration
#5
Alan M Emond
sickle cell splenic sequestration priapism impotence
#6
D W Rogers
acute splenic sequestration jamaican children sickle cell

From the Departments of Medicine (R.J.F., E.O., A.J.) and Pathology (J.C.J.). University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the Departments of Pediatrics and Medicine (J.S., G.P.), Duke University, Durham, N.C. Address reprint requests to Dr. Falk