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Kidney disease - resources

Resources - kidney disease

The following organizations are good resources for information on kidney disease:National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease -- www. niddk. nih. gov/health-information/kidney-diseaseNational Kidney Foundation -- www. kidney. orgAmerican Kidney Fund -- www. kidneyfund. orgAmerican Geriatrics Society's Health in Aging Foundation...

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  • Tuberculosis in the kidney

    Tuberculosis in the kidney

    Kidneys can be damaged by tuberculosis. Tuberculosis generally affects the lungs, but may cause infection in many other organs in the body. (Image courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. )

    Tuberculosis in the kidney

    illustration

  • Kidney and liver cysts - CT scan

    Kidney and liver cysts - CT scan

    This abdominal CT scan shows cysts in the liver and kidneys (polycystic disease). The liver is the large organ on the left side of the screen. The dark spots in the liver are cysts.

    Kidney and liver cysts - CT scan

    illustration

  • Kidney removal (nephrectomy) - series

    Kidney removal (nephrectomy) - series

    Presentation

  • Kidney transplant  - series

    Kidney transplant - series

    Presentation

    • Tuberculosis in the kidney

      Tuberculosis in the kidney

      Kidneys can be damaged by tuberculosis. Tuberculosis generally affects the lungs, but may cause infection in many other organs in the body. (Image courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. )

      Tuberculosis in the kidney

      illustration

    • Kidney and liver cysts - CT scan

      Kidney and liver cysts - CT scan

      This abdominal CT scan shows cysts in the liver and kidneys (polycystic disease). The liver is the large organ on the left side of the screen. The dark spots in the liver are cysts.

      Kidney and liver cysts - CT scan

      illustration

    • Kidney removal (nephrectomy) - series

      Kidney removal (nephrectomy) - series

      Presentation

    • Kidney transplant  - series

      Kidney transplant - series

      Presentation

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