Monday, August 20, 2012
A resident's view
The renal elective in our institution has allowed now to have residents participate and see the side of nephrology that they might have never seen before- transplantation and peritoneal dialysis. One of the residents penned her thoughts on her blog about the experience of seeing the transplantation side of nephrology. Please check out this very well written commentary on her blog.
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