Sleep Apnea, Pulmonary Hypertension and Nephrotic Syndrome
Many cardiopulmonary abnormalities have been described in patients with sleep apnea syndrome. We are reporting a patient with severe obstructive sleep apnea who had severe episodic pulmonary hypertension, hypoxemia, and nephrotic syndrome. We are postulating that nephrotic syndrome was causally related to sleep apneas.
Presented at the 16th Annual Meeting: of the Islamic Medical Association (September 1983), Oakbrook, Illinois, United States of America
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