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Chronic congestive heart failure resulting from coronary artery disease, hypertensive myocardial disease and fluid retention from corticosteroid therapy may be an important cause of disability in patients with chronic SLE. 4). Clinically silent renal disease, defined as histological abnormalities on renal biopsy in patients without clinical evidence of kidney involvement, probably occurs in over 90% of the remaining patients (Mahajan etal, 1977; Ginzler and Blumenthal, 1982; Rothfield, 1983). The reader who wishes further discussion of the clinical and pathological spectrum and treatment of lupus nephritis is referred to the recent articles by Ginzler and Blumenthal (1982), Hochberg (1982), Baldwin (1983) and Blotzer (1983).
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