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  1. Clinical Management of Chronic Kidney Disease by William M. Mcclellan, Anton C. Schoolwerth, et all 2006-02-21
  2. Kidney Disease: The Facts (Oxford Medical Publications) by Stewart Cameron, 1986-10-30
  3. Complement and Kidney Disease (Progress in Inflammation Research)
  4. Cystic Diseases of the Kidney (Perspectives in nephrology & hypertension)
  5. Lectures on Bright's Disease of the Kidneys; Delivered at the School of Medicine of Paris by Jean Martin Charcot, 2010-10-14
  6. Hereditary Kidney Diseases (Contributions to Nephrology, V. 122.)
  7. Molecular Nephrology (Kidney Disease) by Schlondorff, 1995-08-25
  8. Diseases of the kidneys, ureters and bladder, with special reference to the diseases of women by Howard A. 1858-1943 Kelly, Max Brödel, et all 2010-08-30
  9. Kidney disease in the young by Elvira Goettsch, 1971
  10. Pharmacological Treatment of Endocrinopathies: Bone Disease, Kidney Stones and Related Disorders (Progress in Basic and Clinical Pharmacology) (v. 5)
  11. Prevention of Kidney Disease and LongTerm Survival by Morrell M. Avram, 1982-11-30
  12. Polycystic Kidney Disease (Contributions to Nephrology) by M. H. Breuning, M. Devoto, 1992-07
  13. Practical Cystoscopy and the Diagnosis of Surgical Diseases of the Kidneys and Urinary Bladder by Paul Monroe Pilcher, 2010-03-04
  14. Tubulointerstitial and Cystic Disease of the Kidney (Current Topics in Pathology)

81. HomeVet© Natural Pet Care
Jeff Feinman, VMD, holistic health care practitoner for dogs and cats in Connecticut. Information about homeopathy, nutritional therapy, acupuncture, herbs, kidney disease, heart disease, urinary tract disease, dental disease, obesity and arthritis.
"Helping our beloved pets live longer and happier lives, naturally" - Jeff Feinman,VMD About Dr. Jeff and Natural Pet Care Pet Care and Medical Information Center: Reports on Choosing, Training and Caring for Healthy and Ill Pets HomeVet Bookstore: The Best of Current and Classic Pet Care Books, Selected by Dr. Jeff Pet Prose: Share Stories About Your Pet ... HomeVet Pet Talk Message Board Search Form for Site Search by Keywords Dr. Jeff's Favorite Nutritional Supplements
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82. Autoimmune Kidney Disease
Article describes IgA nephropathy (autoimmune kidney disease), its symptoms,diagnosis, and treatment.
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83. NEJM: Articles On Kidney Disease -- Renal Failure, Dialysis, And Nephropathy
The kidney disease collection covers topics such as renal failure, dialysis, and pathogenesis of nephropathy. Articles may be downloaded for a fee.

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84. Transplants Now Treat Feline Kidney Disease
kidney disease can be managed for months or even years with lowprotein feed,antibiotics, fluids and surgery, if stones are the problem.
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Transplants now treat feline kidney disease Tuesday, October 01, 2002 By Deborah Weisberg Mr. Saul may look like any other black domestic shorthair, but the 5-year-old North Huntingdon cat is perhaps the only feline in Western Pennsylvania living with a transplanted kidney. Andy Hummell of North Huntingdon with lucky Mr. Saul on the back of the sofa and kidney donor Oscar in his arms. (Annie O'Neill, Post-Gazette) He received a healthy organ from a shelter cat who might otherwise have been euthanized in a $7,000 operation at the Veterinary Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. The school has done 70 such procedures in the past five years. Mr. Saul's owner, Andrew Hummell, a 34-year-old sales engineer, chose the surgery in May 2001 when kidney failure was about to wipe out Mr. Saul's ninth life. So far, Mr. Saul is among the majority of cats doing well more than a year after transplantation. Another local cat, the only other that Penn has transplanted, was 11 at the time of the transplant and lived a little more than a year afterward before dying of liver cancer.

85. Baxter - Renalinfo - UK
A community site for patients with kidney disease or kidney failure. Answers basics kidney function questions and covers kidney treatment and care.
Renal Info is for those whose lives are affected by kidney failure. It offers help, advice and support to people wanting to live well on treatment.
How kidneys work and fail
This section tells you about what your kidneys normally do and what happens when they fail. Here you can also find out about some of the complications of kidney failure.
This section covers all of the available treatments for kidney failure. It explains how kidney failure is diagnosed and what happens in early kidney failure, before dialysis or a transplant is needed. You can also find out here about all of the treatments that are available and which suits your lifestyle best.
In this part of the site you will find further information, links to other web sites along with an address book full of useful contact details for UK renal units and support groups.
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86. Familial Renal Disease
What does familial kidney disease mean to your dog you? The signs of kidneyfailure are the same in young animals as in older dogs. disorders/familial renal
related terms: familial/hereditary/juvenile renal disease, familial/hereditary/juvenile nephropathy, renal dysplasia, hereditary nephritis, renal amyloidosis What is familial kidney disease? Several breeds of dogs are known to be affected by a wide range of kidney diseases that are proven or suspected to be inherited. In many of these disorders, the kidneys are apparently normal at birth but begin to deteriorate early in life (less than 1 year of age). While the underlying problem in the kidneys varies between breeds, the end result is the same - kidney failure for the dog, generally by 5 years of age, although the severity and rate of progression varies between breeds and between individual dogs. For many of these disorders, inheritance is not proven. The term "hereditary" is used when the inheritance is known, and "familial" when the mode of inheritance is not known but the disorder occurs more commonly in related dogs than would be expected by chance. Where the actual defect in the kidney has been identified, a more specific name (given below) may be used Often several names are in use for a particular disorder (see related terms above).

87. NephRx Corporation - Discovery And Development Of Therapeutic Products.
Biotechnology firm specializing in kidney disease and the development of the gastric growth factor. Features a lab located at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo.
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88. Polycystic Kidney Disease
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Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) is an inherited disease characterized by the growth of numerous cysts filled with fluid in the kidneys. PKD cysts can slowly replace much of the mass of the kidneys, reducing kidney function and leading to kidney failure. PKD can also cause cysts in the liver and problems in other organs, such as the heart and blood vessels in the brain. The cysts may also cause pain or may get infected. There are two types of PKD ( autosomal dominant and autosomal recessive Types? Autosomal dominant PKD is inherited. This kind of PKD accounts for about 90 percent of all PKD cases. The term "Autosomal dominant" means that if one parent has the disease, there is a 50 percent chance that the disease will pass to a child. Autosomal recessive PKD is also inherited. This type of PKD is rare. Parents that do not have the disease can have a child with the disease. How can this happen? Ib both parents carry the recessive gene and pass the recessive gene to their child, the child will have two recessive genes and develop the disease.(inherited). What are the symptoms of PKD?

89. Polycystic Kidney Disease -
A description of the disease, and its detection and treatment.

90. EMedicine - Polycystic Kidney Disease : Article By Roser Torra, MD, PhD
Polycystic kidney disease Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD)is one of the most common inherited disorders in humans.
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91. EdREN - Website Of The Renal Unit, Royal Infirmary Of Edinburgh
Providing information on kidney diseases and on dialysis and transplantation, for patients and medical staff; inhospital renal protocols; education and history resources; and information about kidney research in Edinburgh, UK.
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92. Polycystic Kidney Disease -
Polycystic kidney disease causes clusters of cysts to form in your kidneys.

93. Kidney Diseases - Disease, Kidney - Information Page With HONselect
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94. Diarrhea
Publication from the National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse, an information dissemination service of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and kidney diseases (NIDDK).
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Diarrhea can cause dehydration, which means the body lacks enough fluid to function properly. Dehydration is particularly dangerous in children and the elderly, and it must be treated promptly to avoid serious health problems. (See " What is dehydration? People of all ages can get diarrhea. The average adult has a bout of diarrhea about four times a year. Top
What causes diarrhea?
Diarrhea may be caused by a temporary problem, like an infection, or a chronic problem, like an intestinal disease. A few of the more common causes of diarrhea are
  • Bacterial infections . Several types of bacteria, consumed through contaminated food or water, can cause diarrhea. Common culprits include Campylobacter, Salmonella, Shigella, and Escherichia coli.
    Viral infections . Many viruses cause diarrhea, including rotavirus, Norwalk virus, cytomegalovirus, herpes simplex virus, and viral hepatitis.

95. Kidney - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The medical field that studies the kidneys and diseases affecting the kidney iscalled Congenital diseases of the kidneys. Polycystic kidney disease
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Kidneys viewed from behind with spine removed The kidneys are bean -shaped excretory organs in vertebrates . Part of the urinary system , the kidneys filter wastes (especially urea ) from the blood and excrete them, along with water , as urine . The medical field that studies the kidneys and diseases affecting the kidney is called nephrology

96. VoyForums: Polycystic Kidney Disease Message Board
Provides a forum for exchanges between individuals who suffer from polycystic kidney disease.
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This message board is for people with Polycystic Kidney Disease to share information, talk about their problem and give support to one another. Feel free to post whatever you'd like to talk about.
NOTICE: Please don't try to sell your kidney on this message board. I disagree with it besides also living in the U.S. where it's illegal so I will take it down. If you want to donate a kidney, I think that's wonderful but please don't post it here. There's been too many suspicious posts where the person seems to be wanting to sell their kidney under the guise of donating so it seems better not to allow any. Instead, try contacting John Hopkins "Altruistic Donor Program" and if it's not convenient to your area, they could probably could refer you to a closer program.

97. KIDNEY DISEASE : Contact A Family - For Families With Disabled Children: Informa
Contact a Family is a UK charity for families with disabled children. We offerinformation on specific conditions and rare disorders.
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yes no Each kidney contains about one million nephrons, or filtering units, which continuously filter the blood to remove waste products and excess fluid from the body. Kidney disease can result in two different sorts of problems:-
  • Kidney failure occurs when the function of the filtering unit is reduced, and waste products start to accumulate in the body. In acute kidney (renal) failure there is a sudden loss of kidney function, whereas in chronic kidney failure the decline in kidney function is more gradual.
  • Nephrotic syndrome describes the situation when the filters allow lots of protein (mostly albumin) to leak into the urine, resulting in low levels of proteins in the blood.
Causes of kidney failure in children include:
  • Abnormalities in the development of the kidneys or urinary tract. These may be inherited, or occur in children with no family history of kidney disease. The terms dysplasia or hypoplasia are used to describe a failure of the kidneys to develop or grow properly.
  • Vesico-ureteric reflux describes a condition in which urine can flow back up into the kidneys as a child empties their bladder. This can cause scarring to the kidneys, particularly if the urine is infected.

98. Genzyme Corporation Homepage
Products targeted on rare inherited disorders, kidney disease, orthopaedics, transplant and immune disease, cancer, and diagnostic testing. Includes links to global subsidiaries, headquartered from Cambridge, Massachusetts (Nasdaq GENZ)
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99. Kidney Disease: Online Reference For Health Concerns
kidney disease function, disorders, factors affecting function and treatmentinformation.
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100. When Your Child Has A Chronic Kidney Disease
If your child has a chronic kidney disease, he or she may frequently feel sickand may need to take medicines and be careful about what he or she eats and

Parents Medical Problems
Once your child has been diagnosed with a chronic kidney disease , it may help to know what could happen next - how your child might feel and what treatments might be involved. Four major areas of concern for parents of kids with kidney diseases are the child's blood pressure, diet anemia (low blood count), and growth . Your child may frequently feel sick and may need to take medicines and be careful about what he or she eats and drinks. For you, that can mean a greater need for involvement in your child's life. Keep reading to learn about treatment for your child's kidney disease and what you can do to help. Treating Kidney Diseases
Treatment begins with diet modification and medicines. Your child may need to take several medicines, including vitamins, calcium, bicarbonate, and blood pressure pills. As a result, medication management may be a major challenge. If your child has difficulty remembering to take his or her medicine, you might want to get a medicine clock, which is made up of two cardboard clocks - one for each 12-hour period - with a picture of the medicines on the faces of the clocks at the times the medications need to be taken. These clocks can provide a valuable cue for a child who needs to take several doses of different medicines throughout the day and evening. Also, alarm watches can be set to remind your child to take his or her medicine. If your child needs to take so much medicine that he or she feels full and doesn't want to eat as much, ask your child's doctor for suggestions. Try to find the most acceptable forms of medicine (smaller pills, capsules, or more concentrated liquids, for example) and simplify your child's medication schedule under the doctor's guidance as much as possible.

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