Dr. Uri Saggie Alon MD
Nephrologist (Pediatric) | Pediatric Nephrology2401 Gillham Rd Kansas City MO, 64108
Dr. Uri Alon is a pediatric nephrologist practicing in Kansas City, MO. Dr. Alon specializes in caring for children with chronic conditions such as hypertension, kidney disease, and chronic dialysis. Pediatric nephrologists have extensive knowledge on the dialysis and transplant processes, while simultaneously developing lasting relationships with the families of their young patients.
Education and Training
The Hebrew Univ- Hadassah Med Sch- Jerusalem- Israel 1975
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Medicine
Hadassah Medical School 1970
DermatologyAmerican Board of DermatologyABD
- High incidence of focal segmental glomerulosclerosis in nephrotic syndrome of childhood.
- Bilateral nephrectomy reverses hypothyroidism in congenital nephrotic syndrome.
- Bisphosphonates: from grandparents to grandchildren.
- Effect of thiazide on established furosemide-induced nephrocalcinosis in the young rat.
- Fetal urine indices as indicators of kidney function.
- Tenckhoff catheters prove superior to cook catheters in pediatric acute peritoneal dialysis.
- Success and safety of same-day kidney biopsy in children and adolescents.
- C1q nephropathy presenting as rapidly progressive crescentic glomerulonephritis.
- Idiopathic hypercalciuria of childhood: 4- to 11-year outcome.
- Sieving coefficient inaccuracies during hemodiafiltration in patients with hyperbilirubinemia.
- Pediatric biopsy of a single native kidney.
- Synaptopodin expression in idiopathic nephrotic syndrome of childhood.
- Normal urinary calcium/creatinine ratios in African-American and Caucasian children.
- Proteinuria and focal segmental glomerulosclerosis in severely obese adolescents.
- Measurement of urinary concentration: a critical appraisal of methodologies.
- More on urinary tract infection guidelines.
- Antacid-induced rickets in infancy.
- Preservation of bone mass in pediatric dialysis and transplant patients.
- Podocyte proteins in Galloway-Mowat syndrome.
- Pneumonia-associated acute glomerulonephritis.
- Stage I vitamin D-deficiency rickets mimicking pseudohypoparathyroidism type II.
- VCUG timing.
- Urinary tract infection in childhood. Review of guidelines and recommendations.
- Citrate clearance in children receiving continuous venovenous renal replacement therapy.
- Antibiotic treatment and renal stone formation in cystic fibrosis.
- Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring in children and adolescents.
- Cell-cycle regulatory proteins in podocyte cell in idiopathic nephrotic syndrome of childhood.
- Treatment of congenital nephrogenic diabetes insipidus by hydrochlorothiazide and cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitor.
- The role of bisphosphonates in diseases of childhood.
- Utility of follow-up renal sonography in children with vesicoureteral reflux and normal initial sonogram.
- Evaluation and treatment of pediatric idiopathic urolithiasis-revisited.
- Effect of the calcimimetic NPS R-467 on furosemide-induced nephrocalcinosis in the young rat.
- Hearing impairment in familial X-linked hypophosphatemic rickets.
- Lack of seasonal variations in urinary calcium/creatinine ratio in school-age children.
- Dialysis principles for primary health-care providers.
- Timing of follow-up voiding cystourethrogram in children with primary vesicoureteral reflux: development and application of a clinical algorithm.
- Urolithiasis in adolescent children.
- Resolution of medullary nephrocalcinosis in children with metabolic bone disorders.
- Random urine calcium/osmolality in the assessment of calciuria in children with decreased muscle mass.
- Adverse effects of hormone preparations and related medications used to treat disorders of bone and mineral metabolism.
- Essentials of laboratory medicine for the nephrology clinician.
- Sustained beneficial effect of intravenous bisphosphonates after their discontinuation in children.
- Pathophysiology of hypercalciuria in children.
- Use of the multipurpose drainage catheter for the provision of acute peritoneal dialysis in infants and children.
- Diseases and clinical applications of the calcium sensing receptor.
- Medical treatment of pediatric urolithiasis.
- Impact of standardization of creatinine methodology on the assessment of glomerular filtration rate in children.
- Bisphosphonates in children with hypercalciuria and reduced bone mineral density.
- Reversal of hypercalcemic acute kidney injury by treatment with intravenous bisphosphonates.
- Atorvastatin may have no effect on acute phase reaction in children after intravenous bisphosphonate infusion.
- Urine calcium/citrate ratio in children with hypercalciuric stones.
- Hereditary renal tubular disorders.
- Beneficial effect of cinacalcet in a child with familial hypocalciuric hypercalcemia.
- The teenager with asymptomatic proteinuria: think orthostatic first.
- Parathyroid-hormone-related protein-mediated hypercalcemia in benign congenital mesoblastic nephroma.
- Clinical practice. Fibroblast growth factor (FGF)23: a new hormone.
- Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D level and acute-phase reaction following initial intravenous bisphosphonate.
- Bisphosphonates for pain management in children with benign cartilage tumors.
- Serum 25(OH)-vitamin D level in children: is there a need to change the reference range based on 2011 Institute of Medicine report?
- Phosphate homeostasis and its role in bone health.
- Bisphosphonates use in children.
- Pediatric primary urolithiasis: 12-year experience at a Midwestern Children's Hospital.
- Cinacalcet as adjunctive therapy for hereditary 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D-resistant rickets.
- Fluid flow shear stress upregulates prostanoid receptor EP2 but not EP4 in murine podocytes.
- Magnesium homeostasis and hypomagnesemia in children with malignancy.
- Hypophosphatemic rickets due to perturbations in renal tubular function.
- Invited reply to "Treatment of pediatric hypomagnesaemia: a fast and safe way" (PBC-13-0655) by Ismail El-Beshlawi.
- Fluid flow shear stress over podocytes is increased in the solitary kidney.
- Cinacalcet as adjunctive therapy in pseudohypoparathyroidism type 1b.
- American and Brazilian Children With Primary Urolithiasis: Similarities and Disparities.
- Cinacalcet as an alternative to phosphate therapy in X-linked hypophosphataemic rickets.
- Life-Threatening Hypercalcemia During Prodrome of Pneumonia in an Immunocompetent Infant.
- Erratum to: Phosphate homeostasis and its role in bone health.
- Hypercalcemia: a consultant's approach.
- Nocturnal enuresis.
- Uroradiologic evaluation of children with urinary tract infection: are both ultrasonograpy and renal cortical scintigraphy necessary?
- Nocturnal enuresis.
- The Weismann-Netter, Stuhl syndrome: a rare pediatric skeletal dysplasia.
- Treatment of IgA nephropathy in children.
- Effect of lidocaine on the hematopoietic properties of recombinant human erythropoietin in the uremic rat.
- Vitamin D metabolites in childhood nephrotic syndrome.
- Salt supplementation, growth, and nephrocalcinosis in the furosemide-treated weanling rat.
- The relationship between urinary calcium, sodium, and potassium excretion and the role of potassium in treating idiopathic hypercalciuria.
- Effect of age on furosemide-induced nephrocalcinosis in the rat.
- Neonatal acute renal failure: the need for long-term follow-up.
- Should renal ultrasonography be done routinely in children with first urinary tract infection?
- High Blood Pressure (hypertension)
- Birth Defects
- Urinary Tract Infection (uti)
- Med Coll Of Virginia Hosp, Pediatric Nephrology
- Rambam Medical Center 1980
- Valley Health System/Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University Program
- Pediatric Nephrology, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA 1983
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