polycystic disease


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polycystic disease

An inherited disease resulting in kidney cysts that prevent proper kidney function.
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Doctor, "Polycystic disease of the liver," Hepatology, vol.
Furthermore, the use of high-dose statins in preventing cyst growth and eventual renal failure in patients with autosomal-dominant polycystic disease is explained.
Left ventricular thrombus with normal left ventricular function and hyperaggregable plates in a patient with polycystic disease of multible organs.
In the current article, we describe a unique case of dysgenetic polycystic disease of the lower lip with review of the reported cases.
It is known by different synonyms such as renal lymphangiomatosis, peripelvic lymphangiectasia, hygromarenale, polycystic disease of renal sinuses8.
High BMI is associated with polycystic disease which is a cause of infertility.
Autosomal recessive polycystic disease, another differential diagnosis in which medullary lesions are very unusual, especially during the first trimester.
Differential diagnosis: Polycystic liver disease, tuberous sclerosis, autosomal recessive polycystic disease (ARPD), Von Hippel Lindau disease, and multiple simple cysts in the liver and kidneys.
Bilateral polycystic disease of the kidneys: A follow-up of two hundred and eighty-four patients and their families.
Elkin and Bernstein classified renal cysts; (1) renal cysts due to dysplasia of the kidney; (2) polycystic disease; (3) cortical cysts; (4) medullary cysts; (5) miscellaneous intrarenal cysts; (6) extraparenchymal renal cysts.
The researchers wanted to know how liver-only polycystic disease was related to ADPKD.
The pathologic features of many of the RCDs that had become clearer by that time permitted morphologic separation of major categories, such as renal dysplasias versus the hereditary polycystic diseases. However, these authors (114) lumped those entities into a single category: 1A polycystic disease.
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