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         Kidney Disease:     more books (101)
  1. Eating Well-Living Well with Kidney Disease: Dietary Approaches to Healthy Living by Duke University, 1997-03-01
  2. A Clinical Guide To Nutrition Care In Kidney Disease
  3. 100 Questions & Answers About Kidney Dialysis by Lawrence E. Stam, 2009-07-06
  4. Chronic Kidney Disease, Dialysis, and Transplantation: A Companion to Brenner and Rector's The Kidney - Expert Consult: Online and Print (Pereira, Chronic Kidney Disease, Dialysis, and Transplantati) by Jonathan Himmelfarb MD, Mohamed H. Sayegh MDFAHAFASNASCIAAP, 2010-10-22
  5. No More Kidney Stones by John S. Rodman MD, Cynthia Seidman MSRD, 1996-01-15
  6. Heptinstall's Pathology of the Kidney (2 Volume Set)
  7. Brenner and Rector's The Kidney: 2-Volume Set (Kidney (Brenner)(2 Vol. Set)) by Barry M. Brenner MDAM(Hon)DSc(Hon)DMSc(Hon)FRCP(LondHon), 2007-12-05
  8. 10 Step Diet & Lifestyle Plan for Healthier Kidneys Avoid Dialysis by Nina Kolbe RD CSR LD, 2009
  9. Chronic Kidney Disease: A practical guide to understanding and management (Oxford Clinical Nephrology) by Meguid El Nahas, Adeera Levin, 2010-02-28
  10. Dropsy, Dialysis, Transplant: A Short History of Failing Kidneys (Johns Hopkins Biographies of Disease) by Steven J. Peitzman, 2007-11-12
  11. Atlas of Diseases of the Kidney (Volume 1)
  12. A Healthy Food Guide for People With Chronic Kidney Disease by American Dietetic Association, 2002-03
  13. Brenner and Rector's The Kidney: Text with Continually Updated Online Reference, 2-Volume Set by Barry M. Brenner MDAM(Hon)DSc(Hon)DMSc(Hon)FRCP(LondHon), 2007-12-19
  14. The Kidney Patient's Book: New Treatment, New Hope by Timothy P. Ahlstrom, 1991-09

21. The Global Anaemia Resource
Offers information and services about anemia in kidney diseases and different cancers for patients, relatives and care givers. Professionals get access to a literature service, congress calendar.

22. Aakp - American Association Of Kidney Patients
Have you recently been diagnosed with reduced kidney function? View information on resources for those with chronic kidney disease (CKD) or at

23. Hypertension, Dialysis And Clinical Nephrology - Kidney
Hypertension, Dialysis, kidney disease, Nephrology, Nutrition information. For physicians, nurses, dietitians. Medical grand rounds, CME, CEU.

24. Canine Kidney Disease
The kidney are organs which maintain the balance of certain chemicals in yourdog s blood while filtering out the body s wastes as urine.
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25. MedlinePlus: Kidney Diseases
Latest News; NIH Encourages African Americans to Discuss kidney disease at Family National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and kidney diseases
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26. MedlinePlus: Kidney Failure
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27. National Kidney Disease Education Program
Seeks to reduce morbidity and mortality from kidney disease by raising awarenesson the seriousness of kidney disease, importance of testing people at risk
Raising awareness of the risks for kidney disease Health Professionals Resources About NKDEP
Kidney Disease: Are You at Risk?
You are at risk for kidney disease if you have diabetes or high blood pressure or a family history of kidney disease. Talk to your heath care provider about getting tested.
Tools and Resources for Health Professionals
Tools and resources to help coordinate care and improve patient outcomes for kidney disease. More information on kidney disease for Health Professionals Make a difference at your family reunion or other family gathering. Learn how you can help your family make the kidney connection.
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Kidney disease often has no symptoms until just before the kidneys fail.
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28. - Worldwide Kidney Disease Community
Worldwide online community for people with kidney disease and their care givers.

29. InteliHealth: Kidney Disease
InteliHealth Featuring Harvard Medical School s consumer health information.Although it is difficult to categorize the many different kinds of kidney
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Certain U.S. populations African-Americans, American Indians, etc. are at higher risk of several serious health issues, including diabetes, prostate cancer and kidney failure. Read more about these populations at risk. Learn The Basics Kidney Disease Overview Normal Kidney Function Bladder Control For Women Kidney Diseases And Conditions ... Cysts Take Action Now Resources Related Areas Diabetes High Blood Pressure Lupus Interactive Tools Kidney Dictionary Interactive Kidney Illustration Ask The Expert Q: My 6-year-old daughter continues to drip after urinating. She does not have a urinary tract infection. What could be causing this problem?

30. InteliHealth: Common Kidney Diseases And Conditions
InteliHealth Featuring Harvard Medical School s consumer health information.Although it is difficult to categorize the many different kinds of kidney

31. Kidney Research - Concentrating On Children
Diabetes and high blood pressure cause kidney disease in adults. Urinary infections and genetics can result in renal failure and dialysis and transplant in children. Kidney Research gives medical grants to paediatric nephrologists to find a cure.
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Kidney disease is debilitating at any time. When it applies to babies and children, families suffer alongside their offspring. It can be quite devastating for everybody concerned. "There is no cure for kidney disease. We need to understand why kidney and urinary tract diseases occur in children. And we need to improve the diagnosis and treatment of these, sometimes life-threatening, conditions." - Professor Adrian Woolf , Institute of Child Health News Lorcan, aged 7, swims the English Channel.
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32. KDOQI CKD Guidelines
K/DOQI Clinical Practice Guidelines for Chronic kidney disease Evaluation, Definition and classification of stages of chronic kidney disease
NKF K/DOQI GUIDELINES Executive Summaries of 2000 Updates Anemia Hemodialysis Peritoneal Dialysis ... History of DOQI K/DOQI Clinical Practice Guidelines for Chronic Kidney Disease: Evaluation, Classification, and Stratification Figures

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... Foreword Part 1. Executive Summary Part 2. Background Part 3. Chronic kidney disease as a public health problem Part 4. Definition and classification of stages of chronic kidney disease
Part 5. Evaluation of laboratory measurements for clinical assessment of kidney disease
Part 6. Association of level of GFR with complications in adults

33. National Kidney Foundation: A To Z Health Guide
Welcome to the National Kidney Foundation s Kidney Learning System.

Provides a clearinghouse for information on the cause, treatment and management of kidney disease and ESRD. Conference rooms for various specialties, job mart and dialysis unit search.
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35. Renal Cystic Disease
Dominant polycystic kidney disease, in situ, retroperitoneum, gross Dominantpolycystic kidney disease, with transplant kidney, gross
Pathology of Renal Cystic Disease
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Recessive Polycystic Kidney Disease (RPKD)
This condition is inherited in an autosomal recessive pattern, giving a 25% recurrence risk for parents having subsequent children. The kidneys are affected bilaterally, so that in utero, there is typically oligohydramnios because of poor renal function and failure to form significant amounts of fetal urine. The most significant result from oligohydramnios is pulmonary hypoplasia, so that newborns do not have sufficient lung capacity to survive, irrespective of any attempt to treat renal failure. RPKD may be termed "Type I" cystic disease in the Potter's classification. Grossly, the kidneys are markedly enlarged and tend to fill the retroperitoneum and displace abdominal contents. The kidneys tend to be symmetrically enlarged. The cysts are quite small and uniform, perhaps 1 to 2 mm on average. Microscopically, the characteristic finding in the later third trimester is cystic change with the cysts elongated and radially arranged. The few remaining glomeruli are not involved by the cysts, and the intervening parenchyma is not increased. In the second trimester, the cysts may not be as well-developed. A helpful finding at autopsy is the presence of congenital hepatic fibrosis, which accompanies RPKD.
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  • 36. Cat Fanciers' Association: Polycystic Kidney Disease
    CFA Health Committee strives to improve the health of cats through awareness andcommunication and by obtaining data and information which will benefit
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    Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease in Persian Cats
    David S. Biller, DVM, DACVR Associate Professor and Head of Radiology, Department of Clinical Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University Stephen DiBartola, DVM, DACVIM Professor and Head of Small Animal Medicine Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine, The Ohio State University
  • 37. Hypertension, Dialysis And Clinical Nephrology - Kidney
    Hypertension, Dialysis, kidney disease, Nephrology, Nutrition information.For physicians, nurses, dietitians. Medical grand rounds, CME, CEU.

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    Acute Renal Failure and Chronic Renal Failure after Orthotopic Liver Transplantation

    How often does acute renal failure supervene in patients undergoing orthotopic liver transplantation OLT? How does ARF prior to, or after, transplantation, affect prognosis? What are the most common etiologies? What is the impact of hepatorenal syndrome in such patients? How does early renal replacement therapy affect cost and patient outcome? What is the role of CAVH? How often does chronic renal failure supervene after OLT? What are associated factors? How does CRF affect outcome? What are the benefits of cyclosporine-sparing regimens? In patients requiring RRT at the time of OLT, what are the benefits of combined kidney-liver transplantation? (more...)
    Sexual Dysfunction in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease

    What is the incidence and pathogenesis of erectile dysfunction in CKD patients? How do neurologic, endocrine, and vascular factors each play a role? What are abnormalities of the hypothalamic-pituitary-testicular axis? What is the general approach to evaluating and treating such patients? Do they respond to phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors? What are the pitfalls in treatment? How common is sexual dysfunction in women with CKD? Do the new treatments using testosterone help?

    38. Baxter U.S. - Kidney Disease
    Baxter is committed to helping kidney disease patients across the globe receivethe best treatment options available to them.
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    Kidney Disease
    Home Conditions It is estimated that more than 1.2 million people worldwide suffer from end-stage renal disease (ESRD), a number that is growing at a rate of approximately six-to-seven percent annually. Additionally, the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) predicts that the number of kidney failure patients in the U.S. will double in the next ten years. This growth is influenced in part by diseases associated with the aging population such as diabetes and high blood pressure, two leading causes of ESRD. Current treatment options for ESRD include peritoneal dialysis (PD), hemodialysis (HD) and kidney transplantation. Worldwide, more than one million people suffering from chronic kidney failure are treated with some form of dialysis. However, approximately three million people with kidney failure currently go undiagnosed or untreated, particularly in developing countries. Baxter is committed to helping kidney disease patients across the globe receive the best treatment options available to them. Chronic Kidney Failure Chronic kidney failure occurs when the kidneys are slowly damaged - this damage is over the long term and is not reversible. Most people with chronic kidney failure will require treatment to replace the function of their own kidneys.

    39. Children With DIABETES - Diabetes Dictionary
    Online Diabetes dictionary derived from the original one produced by the United States National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and kidney disease. Also has links to related sites.
    Diabetes Dictionary Jump to a new section [ Getting Around ] Home Page What's New Guide to CWD Help with Error Messages Index Search Site Map [ People ] Family Support Network Adults with Diabetes Care Photos Chat Rooms Conferences cwdMail Spam Protected Email IDYA Teen Advocates Kids with Diabetes Parents Parent Humor Funds and Financial Aid Grads Grandparents Humorous Tidbits Jobs Mailing Lists Message Board Poetry and Art Polls Quilt for Life Surveys [ Clinic ] Ask the Diabetes Team Alternate Site Testing Alternative Treatments Care Suggestions CWD Español Diabetes Basics Diabetes at School 504 Plans Diabetes Camps Diabetes Dictionary Insulin Pumps Nutrition Presentations Products Product Marketplace Sports Studies Warning Signs [ Sources ] News and Information Diabetes Advocacy Links to Other Web Sites Press Releases Regional Information Services Support Groups [ Feedback ] About CWD Get CWD Products Advertise Awards Contribute Your Experiences Letters to the Editor Logos and Linking Online Store Share our Brochures This Diabetes Dictionary is derived from the original Diabetes Dictionary of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease (NIDDK). New material, updated definitions, internal hyperlinks, and links to related material have been added to make your search for information easier.

    40. Kidney Disease And Dialysis Information - DaVita
    A provider of dialysis services. Offers the complete range of treatment optionsand support services for people living with chronic kidney disease as well login

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    Sodium is important to our health. It has an active role in many of the body's functions. However, if you have been diagnosed with chronic kidney disease (CKD), too much sodium can cause complications. Learn more about sodium, what it does and how it affects patients with renal disease.
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    Sexuality and chronic kidney disease
    Even in the early stages of chronic kidney disease (CKD), both men and women will worry about how renal disease may affect their sexual behavior. DaVita social workers, Denea Hart and Rachel Thomas, talk about how kidney disease changes the body and how to deal with sexual issues that may occur with renal disease.
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    Kidney transplant—the alternative to dialysis
    For people who have lost nearly 90% of their kidney function, the only treatment options are dialysis or a kidney transplant. While dialysis replaces failed renal function, a transplant replaces a diseased kidney. Learn about the benefits and risks involved with a kidney transplant.

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