Division of Nephrology

Ladan Golestaneh, M.D.

  1. Mochizuki, Y., Thannanart, S., Golestaneh, L et al. Acute aortic thombosis and renal infarction in acute cocaine intoxication: Clinical Nephrology; Vol.60, Issue 4, 2003
  2. Golestaneh, L, Talreja A, LeJemtel, T. Vasopressin Antagonists in Heart Failure. Current Heart Failure Reports; 2004, 1:190-196
  3. Mokrzycki MH, Zhang M, Golestaneh L et al. “An Interventional controlled trial comparing 2 management models for the treatment of tunneled cuffed catheter bacteremia: a collaborative team model versus usual physician-managed care.” AJKD. 2006 Oct; 48(4):587-95.
  4. Fudge KG, Glicklich D, Pullman J, Golestaneh L. “Villous Adenoma in the native kidney of a renal transplant recipient”. Transplantation. 2006 Feb 27;81(4):638.
  5. Mokrzycki MH, Zhang M, Cohen H, Golestaneh L, Laut JM, Rosenberg SO. “Tunneled haemodialysis catheter bacteremia recurrence, infectious complications and mortality. Nephrol Dial Transplant. 2006 Apr;21(4):1024-31
  6. Golestaneh L, Laut J. Rosenberg S, Zhang M, Mokrzycki MH. Favourable outcomes in episode of Pseudomonas bacteremia when associated with tunneled cuffed catheters (TCCs) in chronic hemodialysis patients. Nephrol Dial Transplant. 2006 May; 21(5):1328-33.
  7. Golestaneh, L, Zhang, M, Laut, J, Mokrzycki, M. Favorable outcomes in episodes of Pseudomonas bacteremia when associated with tunneled cuffed catheters in a chronic hemodialysis population. In Press 

Division Chief

Michael RossMichael Ross, MD (bio)
Chief, Division of Nephrology
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Montefiore Medical Center
1300 Morris Park Avenue
Ullmann 615-C
Bronx, New York 10461
Telephone: 718-430-8768
Email: michael.ross@einstein.yu.edu 

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