Acute tubular necrosis

What is Acute tubular necrosis?

Acute tubular necrosis is a severe form of kidney disease in which the distal tubules of the kidney become necrotic severely effecting the inherent function of the kidney.

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I was catheterized four days ago since I couldn't pass my urine. The pain was gone once the urine was released. I am still catheterized. Pain...

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Nonrepsonding UTI with catheter infection or complication needs Urologist

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My Mother-in-law is advised to CABG due to triple vessel blockage.She is a diabetic and with no blood pressure complaint.My...

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High creatinine is a marker of kidney dysfunction

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Rise in creatinine is marker of kidney dysfunction. causes of this...

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Hi Experts,
This is my question for my mother who is having below symptoms.
1. Diabetes for 20 years.
2. Hypertension from almost 15 years.

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Zoledronate unsafe for kidneys

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