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What will happen to the organism if these parts of the kidneys were injured or diseased?

Asked on 08/14/2013 at 9:16 AM
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  • Posted by belmonster on 08/16/2013 at 8:20 PM
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    Kidney disease can be treated. The sooner you know you have kidney disease, the sooner you can get treatment to help delay or prevent kidney failure. Treating kidney disease may also help prevent heart disease. - See more at: http://nkdep.nih.gov/resources/explaining-kidney-test-results.shtml#sthash.UJAMqHa1.dpuf
  • Posted by zeydakalinggalan on 08/16/2013 at 8:22 PM
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    When you have kidney disease, it might not occur to you to have your heart checked out. Or, if you have heart disease, you might not think to have your kidneys tested. As it turns out, checking both your heart and your kidneys is a good idea if you have either kind of health problem.

    Why? Because diseases that affect the kidneys can also damage your heart—and vice versa. In fact, many doctors think of the heart and kidneys as one interlinked body system rather than separate organs.i

    Having both heart and kidney disease can cause 20 times the risk of death from heart problems than either problem alone.ii In looking at more than 18,000 people, a decline in kidney function predicted a 62% higher risk of death from heart failure.iii Heart disease happens very early in the course of kidney disease—so even just a small decline in kidney function should trigger efforts to help protect your heart.iv
  • Posted by zeydakalinggalan on 08/16/2013 at 8:23 PM
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    When you have kidney disease, it might not occur to you to have your heart checked out. Or, if you have heart disease, you might not think to have your kidneys tested. As it turns out, checking both your heart and your kidneys is a good idea if you have either kind of health problem.

    Why? Because diseases that affect the kidneys can also damage your heart—and vice versa. In fact, many doctors think of the heart and kidneys as one interlinked body system rather than separate organs.i

    Having both heart and kidney disease can cause 20 times the risk of death from heart problems than either problem alone.ii In looking at more than 18,000 people, a decline in kidney function predicted a 62% higher risk of death from heart failure.iii Heart disease happens very early in the course of kidney disease—so even just a small decline in kidney function should trigger efforts to help protect your heart.iv
  • Posted by eves on 08/26/2013 at 3:38 AM
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    they want a stone