Alport syndrome

What is Alport syndrome?

Alport syndrome is an inherited disorder that damages the tiny blood vessels in the kidneys.

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after 10 years of gross hematuria, flank pain, and surgery to remove a tumor wrapped around my ureter, I have been diagnosed with alport syndrome....

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Hi,

The problem is that Advil and other medications in this family of meds (NSAIDs), can cause kidney damage if used consistently. This family of...

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My son has Alports syndrome and has developed leg pains and some fatigue in this past 12hrs. Is complaining of pain when urinating and using...

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Alport syndrome patients may develop kidney problem, eye problem and hearing problem. so consult nephrologist, ophlmologist and ENT surgeon. he may...

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I am a 28 year old male with Alports Syndrome. I was diagnosed about 6 years ago. I currently take Ramipril 4mg per day to help treat the...

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Dear XXXXXXX

Although Alports syndrome is associated with flank pain, it is not a very common symptom.

It essential that alternative causes of...

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