Chronic kidney disease due to surgical removal of nephrons: relative rates of progression and survival.

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PURPOSE Chronic kidney disease is associated with a higher likelihood of progression to end stage renal disease and increased mortality rates. However, the etiology of nephron loss may modify the rate of chronic kidney disease progression and overall survival. MATERIALS AND METHODS Patients with suspected renal malignancy who had a new baseline glomerular… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.juro.2014.04.016

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@article{Demirjian2014ChronicKD, title={Chronic kidney disease due to surgical removal of nephrons: relative rates of progression and survival.}, author={Sevag G. Demirjian and Brian R. Lane and Ithaar H Derweesh and Toshio Takagi and A. Fergany and Steven C Campbell}, journal={The Journal of urology}, year={2014}, volume={192 4}, pages={1057-62} }