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Keenan D, Maxwell AP. Optimising the management of polycystic kidney disease. Practitioner 2016;260(1790):13-16

Optimising the management of polycystic kidney disease

22 Feb 2016Registered users

Polycystic kidney disease is the most common inherited renal disorder that results in chronic kidney disease. Clinical features include visible haematuria, loin pain, UTI and hypertension. The typical clinical course is a progressive increase in the number and size of renal cysts associated with gradual loss of kidney function (falling eGFR).

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