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ensure a smooth transition in CJASN leadership. When asked to identify the highlight of his tenure as editor-in-chief, Dr. Bennett said, “Personally, fulfillment of Dr. Narins’ vision of the need for CJASN. ” Correction The August ASN Kidney News Detective Nephron column included an error in the first column on page 16. Henle’s statement at the end of the first column should have read “His primary problem is metabolic alkalosis, and to compensate, his pCO 2 should have been higher.” The printed

Detective Nephron, world-renowned for expert analytical skills, trains budding physician-detectives on the diagnosis and treatment of kidney diseases. L.O. Henle presents a new case to the master consultant. Henle I have a case for us. Metabolic alkalosis. Nephron Excellent. Henle, prepared A 65-year-old male was just seen recently for fatigue and muscle weakness and found to have a serum bicarbonate level of 39 mEq. Nephron, chuckling Give me a break, apprentice, this is a cake walk. Give some

Budding Nephrologist L.O. Henle Consults With Detective Nephron on a New Case Nephron What do you have for me, Henle? Henle A 40-year-old female with bilateral renal infarcts. Nephron, excited Nice work, apprentice. Let’s stop right there and discuss this case with just that information. In general, renal infarction is rare. In the young woman you are presenting, it’s intriguing what might be causing this. How did she present? Henle She was in the usual state of health until she had headaches

Detective Nephron, world-renowned for expert analytical skills, trains budding physician-detectives on the diagnosis and treatment of kidney diseases. L.O. Henle, a budding nephrologist, readies himself to present another case to the master consultant . Henle enters Detective Nephron’s brightly lit office, fidgeting nervously . Henle, with excitement Dr. Nephron, we have a case! Nephron Fantastic! I hope it proves challenging this time. Detective Nephon places ASN Kidney News on the table and

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breaking news in the world of kidneys. We will continue to publish special sections devoted to topics in nephrology, some extensive and some smaller. Regular features and columns will continue as well. One new column debuts in this issue— Detective Nephron . This Holmes-like nephrologist, the creation of Kenar Jhaveri, starts with a single abnormal laboratory value and generates the diagnosis with some help from the trainee, L.O. Henle. Their caffeine-fueled adventures will appear quarterly. A number