Managing Polycystic Kidney Disease

A 50-year-old male presents to establish nephrology care. He was definitively diagnosed with polycystic kidney disease about 10 years previously. He has a positive family history among his paternal relatives.

He denies urinary tract infections, gross hematuria, or past nephrolithiasis. He has no urgency or incomplete emptying with urination. He does have chronic abdominal fullness and occasional ...