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What is the pathophysiology of Chronic Renal failure?

What is the pathophysiology of Chronic Renal failure. Is it atherosclerosis of renal artery leads to nephrosclerosis leads to hypercalcimea leads to supress haemopoesis jj
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     The most common causes of Chronic Renal Failure are diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and glomerulonephritis. Together, these cause approximately 75% of all cases chronic renal failure. Certain parts of world have a high incidence of HIV nephropathy.Atherosclerosis is also one of cause
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