Clinical Nephrology

The medical treatment of urinary organ illnesses and disorders is a clinical medical specialty. This could mean working on other parts of the body that are affected by the kidneys. Urinary organ problems produce blood solution imbalances, resulting in significant symptoms such as excess fluid in the tissues, cognitive impairment, and irregular heartbeat. Clinical medical specialties can also help patients with high force per unit area, which can be damaging to the kidneys as a result of high blood pressure. Clinical medicine is a subspecialty of medicine that deals with the analysis of the functioning of the common urine organ, issues with urinary organ functioning, and treatment of urinary organ dysfunction that differs from the norm. Urinary organ transplantation as well as urinary organ transplant procedures are discussed. Various ailments affecting the urinary organ area unit common occurrences that are not unnatural to the organ itself, and should be treated with caution. Purchased disorders, such as general vasculitides and system diseases, lupus, and  innate or hereditary ailments, such as polycystic urinary organ diseases, are included in the illustrations.

  • Advances in the Nephrology
  • Kidney glomerulus podocyte
  • Renal Plexus
  • Gene and protein expression

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8th World Kidney Congress

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27th European Nephrology Conference

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22nd Annual Conference on Urology and Nephrological Disorders

Amsterdam, Netherlands
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20th World Nephrology Conference

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