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Vivian M Reznik, M.D.
Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine

Office: 330 TGCF
Email: vreznik@ucsd.edu
Phone: 543-3898
Mail Code: 0830


Research: Research interests include prenatal detecton of renal disease: obstructive uropathy/ diagnosis and factors associated with progression of chronic renal failure: epidmiology of congenital renal disease: management of acute renal failure: evaluation of alternate technology-acute pertoneal dialysis, CAVHD, acute hemodialysis: renal disease in VATER syndrome: renal transplantation in infants and children.


Selected References:

Murphy JL, Kaplan GW, Packer MG, et al: Prenatal diagnosis of severe urinary tract anomalies improves renal function and growth. Child Nephrol Urol 1989-1990;9:290-4.

Reznik VM, Murphy JL, Mendoza SA, et al: Follow-up of infants with obstructive uropathy detected in utero and treated surgically postnatally. J Ped Surg 1989;24:1289-92.

Reznik VM, Anderson J, Griswold WR, et al: Successful fibrinolytic treatment of arterial thrombosis and hypertension in a cocaine exposed neonate. Pediatrics 1989;84:735-8.

Reznik VM, Berger JS, Jones KL, et al: Cyclosporine induces abnormal facial bone growth in children: a preliminary study. Ped Nephrol 1989;3:296-9.

Reznik VM, Kaplan GW, Murphy JL, et al: Follow-up of infants with bilateral renal disease detected in utero. Growth and renal function. Am J Dis Child 1988;142:453-6.

 

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