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Reply: proteinuria
It would depend on the cause. Some conditions caused, for example, by over-use of NSAIDS...More
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Reply: 17% kidneys
Kidneys requires a huge and constant supply of blood, so anything that reduces bloodflow,...More
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Reply: CKD help
In nearly every case, Chronic Renal Failure is not genuinely reversible. Hence the term...More
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Reply: Horseshoe Kidney
Have any of the docs looked specifically for a blockage/obstruction? For urinary stones? ...More
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Reply: Diagnosing Renal Carcenoma
The only 100% sure way to see what sort of cells are in a "mass" is to remove tissue...More
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Reply: Chronic kidney disease
Any of the NSAIDS pain relievers can pose some risk, however acetaminophen is generally...More
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Reply: Medulary Sponge Kidney
Almost all cases of MSK are caused by genetics, but without knowing exactly what the...More
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Reply: Medulary Sponge Kidney
Have you perhaps tried to find a female urologist? I know that this sounds ridiculously...More
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Reply: Medulary Sponge Kidney
I posted a brief description of medullary sponge kidney a couple of days ago, it's still...More
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Reply: sponge kidney.
Medullary sponge kidney is a hereditary, congenital condition that, while present from...More
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