Sex difference in urine concentration across differing ages, sodium intake, and level of kidney disease.

@article{Perucca2007SexDI,
  title={Sex difference in urine concentration across differing ages, sodium intake, and level of kidney disease.},
  author={Julie Perucca and N Bouby and Pierre Valeix and Lise Bankir},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={292 2},
  pages={
          R700-5
        }
}
Men are known to be at greater risk of urolithiasis and cardiovascular and renal diseases than women. Previous studies suggest that greater urine concentration is associated with acceleration of progression of chronic kidney disease (CKD), increased urinary albumin excretion, and delayed renal sodium excretion. The present review addresses possible sex-related differences in urine volume and osmolality (U(osm)) that could participate in this male risk predominance. Because of the scarcity of… CONTINUE READING

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