Chronic Kidney Diseases

Chronic kidney disease is a long-term disorder that doesn’t recover over time. It is commonly caused by high blood pressure. In the early phases of chronic kidney disease, you may have few signs or symptoms. Chronic kidney disease may not become superficial until your kidney function is significantly reduced.

Chronic kidney disease typically gets worse slowly and symptoms may not appear until kidneys are critically damaged. In the late stages of CKD, if close to kidney failure, may notice symptoms that are caused by waste and extra fluid building up in your body.

Treatment for chronic kidney disease emphases on slowing the progress of the kidney damage, usually by regulating the underlying cause, chronic kidney disease can develop to end-stage kidney failure, which is lethal without dialysis or a kidney transplant.

  • Gitelman and Bartter Syndromes
  • Lowe Syndrome
  • Lowe Syndrome
  • Chronic Tubulointerstitial Nephritis

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