Thrombotic microangiopathy with renal injury: an approach for the general physician

Throhrombotic microangiopathy with renal dysfunction is a haematological and renal emergency warranting urgent diagnosis and intervention. As the potential underlying causes may be complex, assessment and management can be challenging for treating clinicians, and a timely and collaborative approach between general physicians, haematologists and nephrologists may be extremely helpful in order to optimise clinical outcomes.