End-stage Renal Disease in Children with Obstructive Uropathy Is Predicted by Common Clinical Markers
The findings could ultimately help stratify patients based on their risk for experiencing renal failure.
Study suggests AMPs have potential as biomarkers for peritonitis, risk stratification and treatment.
Researchers find differences in clinical presentation and treatment patterns between subtypes and between adult and pediatric diagnoses.
Plaque appears to help remodel urothelium, allowing kidney to hold excess urine without damage.
An accomplished physician-scientist, Dr. Spencer’s research primarily focuses on basic and translational science related to antimicrobial peptide biology in the urinary tract.
A highly specialized clinic provides efficient care for patients with rare or complicated urinary tract conditions and offers patients, clinicians and researchers a win-win-win scenario.
An innovative mobile phone application determined hydration status better than thirst, urine color scales and dipstick tests in a pilot study.
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