Kidney diseases articles

ARF
Acute Renal Failure Renal insufficiency is the term that applies to the kidneys which cannot perform their duties properly.
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Kidney diseases   Article saved: 22 November 2012
 
Kidney anatomy
Chronic Renal Failure The renal condition is when the kidneys lose their ability to perform basic functions. Renal failure can be acute (ARF) occurs when sudden and rapid loss of renal function, or chronic (CRF), when this loss is slowly progressive and irreversible.
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Kidney diseases   Article saved: 14 November 2012
 
Edema around eyes
Minimal Change Disease - Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome The minimal change disease, also called nephropathy minimal injury, glomerular disease nephrotic syndrome or minimal lesions by minimal injury, kidney disease is a very common in children which is characterized by excessive protein loss in urine.
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Kidney diseases   Article saved: 07 February 2016
 
Nephrotic syndrome
Nephrotic Syndrome - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Nephrotic syndrome is a kidney disease caused by improper disposal of large amounts of protein in urine. Excessive protein loss in the urine is called proteinuria and can be caused by various diseases, including diabetes mellitus, systemic lupus erythematosus, viral hepatitis and syphilis.
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Kidney diseases   Article saved: 09 August 2016
 
Pain in kidney
Pain in Kidney - What are Main Causes? Pain in the kidney, characterized by pain in the lower back is a very common complaint in the general population. However, contrary to what most people believe, the vast majority of cases of back pain is not caused by the kidneys, but the spine and adjacent structures.
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Kidney diseases   Article saved: 17 October 2016
 
Kidney disease
Symptoms of Kidney Disease The kidney is an organ located in the posterior portion of the abdomen, parallel to the spine. Most of us have two kidneys, one on each side of the spine, but there are people who are born with only one.
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Kidney diseases   Article saved: 11 October 2012
 
Hemodialysis room
What Is Hemodialysis Session As the kidneys are vital organs, there is no way we survive without them are functioning minimally. When the kidneys stop working, the patient only has three options: kidney transplantation, hemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis. These three treatments are part of what we call renal replacement therapy, which, as the name implies, are treatments that seek to replace the natural kidney.
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Kidney diseases   Article saved: 09 March 2015
 
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