chronic renal failure

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Noun1.chronic renal failure - renal failure that can result from a variety of systemic disorders
kidney failure, renal failure - inability of the kidneys to excrete wastes and to help maintain the electrolyte balance
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* Drug-induced renal injury can present as acute renal failure, chronic renal failure, nephrotic syndrome or tubulopathy.
"We carried out a series of blood tests and they showed I was suffering from chronic renal failure. I was so lucky, I was diagnosed by accident."
Chronic renal failure cases are somewhat difficult to assess and should initially be reviewed by gathering evidence to present to the insurance company underwriting department.
Although in our centre hemodialysis is not the first treatment of choice for infants with either acute or chronic renal failure, the need for this therapy certainly exists and appears to be increasing.
High doses of mepivacaine for brachial plexus block in patients with end-stage chronic renal failure. A pilot study.
This includes acute and chronic renal failure, hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis, renal transplant, diabetes and nephropathy, and nephrotic syndrome.
vulnificus infection, including chronic liver disease (30%), chronic renal failure (15%), diabetes mellitus (7%), and thalassemia major (3%).
Hyperphosphatemia, which is a common symptom of patients in the terminal or advanced stages of chronic renal failure, induces severe conditions like cardiovascular episodes and bone disease.
The former shop manageress, who lived in Penketh, Warrington, had been admitted to hospital with chest pain and chronic renal failure.
Chronic renal failure, dialysis, and organ transplantation
Irishman Cornelius Kenneally of Finchcroft Lane, Prestbury, near Cheltenham, died at the age of 64 from chronic renal failure on June 25 this year.
Thus, Cd exposure, even at levels lower than the PTWI, may contribute to chronic renal failure, which occurred at a higher rate in women than in men of the same age and area (Hellstrom et al.

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