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Thicker bladder wall and a tower-shaped curve on uroflowmetry are associated with shorter healing periods among pediatric patients with overactive bladder.
Holly Kramer, MD, MPH, believes more can be done to encourage individuals to be donors.
New study demonstrates that masked hypertension is associated with greater mortality risks than sustained or white coat hypertension.
The number of transplants in the United States involving organs from individuals who died from a drug overdose rose from 149 in 2000 to 3533 in 2016.
Older patients who had more frequent nephrology visits prior to initiating dialysis had a lower incidence of atrial fibrillation in the year after initiating dialysis compared with those who did not.
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