Renal disease

What is Renal disease?

Renal failure (also kidney failure or renal insufficiency) is a medical condition in which the kidneys fail to adequately filter waste products from the blood. The two main forms are acute kidney injury, which is often reversible with adequate treatment, and chronic kidney disease, which is often not reversible.

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I am diabetic. A few months ago , my dr said I was in stage three renal disease. Now swelling in my feet ankles, and legs seems to get worse every...

doctor1 MD

Dear sir

End stage renal disease, glomerrular filtration rate falls below 40 ml/min.

So impaired GFR will cause decrease in the urine output and...

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dear, wife is 58yrs. old she is suffering fromgallstone 4yrs.back with acidity ,now a days appear renal diseases .No B.P. No Sugar,other...

doctor1 MD

Dear Saxena,

I have read your querry. The homeopathy medicines usually prescribed for such a case are Berberis Vulg, Cardus Mar, Chionanthus etc....

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I am 70 year old end stage of renal disease my biopsy from clavicle was necrotising granulomatous inflammation suggestive of TB, XPert PCR and...

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Thank for asking to HCM
Some time clinical symptoms are very important rather than the lab. reports I have seen many cases in which the lab....

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