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The kidneys regulate the particles known as electrolytes in the blood, alongside maintaining acid base homeostasis. They move waste products out of the blood and into the urine as nitrogen containing urea and ammonium. Kidneys additionally manage liquid adjust and circulatory strain. They are additionally in charge of the reabsorption of water, glucose, and amino acids. The kidneys also produce hormones including calcitriol and erythropoietin. The kidneys additionally make a vital catalyst, renin, which influences circulatory strain through negative criticism. The parenchyma of the kidney is partitioned into two: The external renal cortex and the internal renal cortex these structures take the state of cone molded renal flaps, each containing renal cortex encompassing a part of medulla called a renal pyramid Between the renal pyramids are projections of cortex called renal sections.

  • Track 1-1kidney Cancer
  • Track 1-2Artificial kidney
  • Track 1-3Kidney glomerulus podocyte
  • Track 1-4Kidney glomerulus parietal cell
  • Track 1-5Renal Pelvis
  • Track 1-6Kidney Stones
  • Track 1-7Kidney Diseases
  • Track 1-8Kidney Failure
  • Track 1-9kidney Abnormality
  • Track 1-10Kidney development
  • Track 1-11Pelvic kidney

The Renal Care specializes in kidney diseases, hypertension, parental medicine, transplantation, and dialysis. Renal Care Consultants is committed to the analysis, treatment, and counteractive action of renal ailment and damage. It can likewise give the entire adult care from beginning extensive medicinal assessments to long term treatment of restorative conditions.

  • Track 2-1Renal Biopsy
  • Track 2-2Renal threshold
  • Track 2-3Renal segmental hypoplasia
  • Track 2-4Renal Osteodystrophy
  • Track 2-5Renal Infarction
  • Track 2-6Renal Hypouricemia
  • Track 2-7Renal ectopia
  • Track 2-8Renal cyst care
  • Track 2-9Renal cortical necrosis
  • Track 2-10Renal colic care
  • Track 2-11Renal clearance ratio
  • Track 2-12Renal Artery Stenosis
  • Track 2-13Renal Artery Aneurysm
  • Track 2-14Renal Agenesis
  • Track 2-15Renal Abscess & Peripnephric Abscess
  • Track 2-16Renal & Urology
  • Track 2-17Renal Tubular Acidosis

The urinary and reproductive tracts are firmly connected, and clutters of one frequently influence the other. In this way, a spectrum range of the conditions oversaw in urology exists under the area of genitourinary issue. Urology consolidates the administration of restorative and it is nonsurgical conditions, such as urinary tract contaminations and benevolent prostatic hyperplasia, with the administration of surgical conditions. Examples: Bladder or prostate tumor, kidney stones, genetic changes, kidney damage, and stress incontinence.

  • Track 3-1Clinical Urology
  • Track 3-2Uroscopy
  • Track 3-3Urology Practice Management
  • Track 3-4Troubleshooting URS and PCNL
  • Track 3-5Stress Urinary Incontinence
  • Track 3-6Penile Cancer
  • Track 3-7Bladder Cancer
  • Track 3-8Urinary Tract Infection
  • Track 3-9Pediatric Urology & Female Urology
  • Track 3-10Urethral Cancer
  • Track 3-11Reconstructive Urology
  • Track 3-12Uremia
  • Track 3-13Urothelial Tumors

Kidney diseases, otherwise called nephropathy or renal infection, are harm to or ailment of a kidney. Nephritis is inflammatory kidney infection. Nephrosis is non-inflammatory kidney diseases. Kidney diseases usually affect kidney failure and kidney damage. In exact use, infection signifies the auxiliary and causal diseases entity though kidney failure indicates the impaired kidneys. In common usage these implications cover for instance, the terms chronic kidney disease and chronic renal failure are normally viewed as synonymous. Acute kidney diseases have regularly been called acute renal failure.

  • Track 4-1Acute Kidney Failure & Acute Kidney Injury
  • Track 4-2Pulmonary-Renal Syndrome
  • Track 4-3Polycystic Kidney Disease
  • Track 4-4Nephrotic Syndrome
  • Track 4-5Interstitial Nephritis
  • Track 4-6IgG4 Nephropathy
  • Track 4-7IgA Nephropathy
  • Track 4-8Glomerulonephritis
  • Track 4-9End Stages Renal diseases
  • Track 4-10Diabetic Kidney Disease
  • Track 4-11Cystic Kidney Disease
  • Track 4-12Acute Tubular Necrosis
  • Track 4-13Acute kidney injury
  • Track 4-14Pyelonephritis

Dialysis works on the objective of the diffusion of solutes and ultrafiltration of liquid over a semi-penetrable layer. Diffusion is a property of substances in water substances in water tend to move from a territory of high fixation to a range of low focus. The two primary sorts of dialysis, Hemodialysis and Peritoneal dialysis removes wastes and water from the blood in various ways. Hemodialysis removes waste water by circling blood outside the body through an outer filter called a dialyzer that contains a semipermeable layer. There are five types of dialysis three are primary and two are secondary types of dialysis: Hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis, hemofiltration are primary types of dialysis and were as hemodiafiltration, and intestinal dialysis is secondary type of dialysis.

  • Track 5-1Hemodialysis
  • Track 5-2Hemodiafiltration
  • Track 5-3Hemofiltration
  • Track 5-4Dialyzable substances
  • Track 5-5Home Hemodialysis
  • Track 5-6Intestinal dialysis
  • Track 5-7Chronic dialysis
  • Track 5-8Pediatric dialysis
  • Track 5-9Peritoneal dialysis
  • Track 5-10Medical applications dialysis

Hypertension more often than not does not cause side effects. Long term high blood pressure, in any case, is a risk factor for coronary artery diseases, stroke, heart failure, vascular diseases, vision loss, and chronic kidney infection. Hypertension is differentiated as primary hypertension or secondary hypertension. Around 90–95% of cases are characterized as primary hypertension because of nonspecific way of life and hereditary factors. Life style changes and excess of sodium intake, overweight, smoking, and alcohol. The remaining 5–10% of cases is differentiated as secondary hypertension, because of an identifiable reason, due to chronic kidney diseases, narrowing of the kidney arteries, an endocrine issue, or the utilization of anti-conception medication pills.

  • Track 6-1Primary hypertension
  • Track 6-2Orthostatic hypertension
  • Track 6-3Metabolic syndromes
  • Track 6-4Hypertensive crisis
  • Track 6-5Peripheral vascular disease
  • Track 6-6Heart failure
  • Track 6-7Coronary artery disease
  • Track 6-8High blood pressure
  • Track 6-9Gestational hypertension
  • Track 6-10Malignant hypertension
  • Track 6-11Secondary hypertension
  • Track 6-12Medications to treat high blood pressure

Kidney cancer, also known as renal cancer, is a type of cancer that starts in the cells in the kidney. The two most common types of kidney cancer are renal cell carcinoma and transitional cell carcinoma of the renal pelvis. These names mirror the sort of cell from which the disease developed. The different types of kidney cancers are renal cell carcinoma, Transitional cell carcinoma, Sarcoma, Wilms tumor, Lymphomaand the types of kidney cancer cells are clear cell, Papillary, Sarcomatoid features, Medullary/collecting duct, Chromophobe, Oncocytoma, Angiomyolipoma.

  • Track 7-1Renal cell carcinoma
  • Track 7-2Hemihypertrophy
  • Track 7-3Inverted papilloma
  • Track 7-4Carcinoid tumor
  • Track 7-5Bellini duct carcinoma
  • Track 7-6Angiomyolipoma
  • Track 7-7Mesoblastic nephroma
  • Track 7-8Renal lymphoma
  • Track 7-9Clear cell adenocarcinoma
  • Track 7-10Squamous cell carcinoma
  • Track 7-11Urothelial cell carcinoma
  • Track 7-12Transitional cell carcinoma
  • Track 7-13Urogenital neoplasm

Kidney transplantation or renal transplantation is the organ transplant of a kidney into a patient with end-arrange kidney diseases. Kidney transplantation is commonly named deceased donor known as cadaveric or living donor transplantation relying upon the wellspring of the giver organ. Living donor kidney transplants are formerly differentiated as non-related living transplants or, living related transplants contingent upon whether a biological relationship exists between the kidney donor and kidney recipient. Exchanges and chains are a novel way to deal with grows the living donor pool.

  • Track 8-1
  • Track 8-2Transplantion rejection
  • Track 8-3Post transplant lymphoproliferative disorder
  • Track 8-4Nephrotoxicity
  • Track 8-5Post operation
  • Track 8-6Kidney pancreas transplant
  • Track 8-7Immunosuppression
  • Track 8-8Kidney exchange
  • Track 8-9Compatible kidney
  • Track 8-10kidney paired donation
  • Track 8-11Deceased donors
  • Track 8-12Living donors of kidney
  • Track 8-13Kidney chains
  • Track 8-14Artificial kidney

Clinical Nephrology covers the conclusion and treating of renal syndromes, including primary and secondary hypertension and electrolyte disturbances, and the care of those requiring renal replacement treatment, including dialysis and renal transplant patients. Numerous diseases influencing the kidney are systemic scatters not constrained to the organ itself, and may require uncommon treatment. Illustrations incorporate procured conditions, for example, systemic vasculitides and immune system diseases, lupus and innate or genetic conditions, such as, polycystic kidney diseases. Patients are referred to clinical nephrology doctors after a urinalysis, for different reasons, such as, acute kidney failure, hematuria, proteinuria, chronic kidney diseases, kidney stones, hypertension, and disarranges of acid/base or electrolytes.

  • Track 9-1Nephron Clinical Practice
  • Track 9-2Nephrotoxicity
  • Track 9-3Thrombotic microangiopathy
  • Track 9-4Nephrectomy
  • Track 9-5Chemotherapy
  • Track 9-6Onconephrology
  • Track 9-7Urinaryincontinence/Enuresis
  • Track 9-8Nephritis
  • Track 9-9Obstructive Nephropathy
  • Track 9-10Oncologic Nephrology
  • Track 9-11Stem Cell and Regenerative Nephrology
  • Track 9-12Critical Care Nephrology
  • Track 9-13Nephronophthisis

The study of pediatric nephrology determines diagnosis and management of infants with an chronic and acute kidney disorders. The division of pediatric nephrology assesses and treats hypertension, hematuria, proteinuria, renal tubular acidosis, nephrolithiasis, glomerulonephritis and kidney damage in children. It also includes complete care to pediatric patients with end stage kidney syndromes, including consideration to patients experiencing peritoneal dialysis, hemodialysis and kidney transplantation in infants.

  • Track 10-1Pediatric Nephrology
  • Track 10-2Pediatric chronic hemodialysis
  • Track 10-3Advances in Pediatric Kidney Operation
  • Track 10-4Pediatric Nephritis
  • Track 10-5Pediatric Kidney stones
  • Track 10-6Kidney Care in children
  • Track 10-7Pediatric Kidney Dialysis
  • Track 10-8Pediatric Renal Transplantation
  • Track 10-9Pediatric Renal Failure
  • Track 10-10Pediatric Urology

While most kidney disorders are genetic syndromes, some kidney conditions have known acquired hereditary segments. Regular genetic kidney issues include:

•Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease: The most part late-beginning condition that prompts dynamic sore advancement.
•Tuberous Sclerosis: A renal issue that influences a considerable lot of the body's frameworks from the eyes to the focal sensory system.
•Alport Syndrome: A condition including aggravation of the kidneys prompting ceaseless renal disappointment (genetic nephritis), deafness and eye variations from the norm.
•Von Hippel Lindau Syndrome: An inherited disease disorder that can prompt tumors in various organs including the kidneys, cerebellum, spine, eye, inward ear, adrenal organs and pancreas.
In the event that one of these kidney issues keeps running in your family, your odds of building up this sort of acquired illness increments.

  • Track 11-1Single-gene kidney diseases
  • Track 11-2Haemolytic uraemic syndrome
  • Track 11-3Renal agenesis
  • Track 11-4Renal dysplasia
  • Track 11-5Renal oncocytoma
  • Track 11-6Non glomerular involvement
  • Track 11-7Inherited metabolic diseases
  • Track 11-8Cystic kidney diseases
  • Track 11-9Reflux Nephropathy
  • Track 11-10Alports & Bartters Syndrome
  • Track 11-11Biopsy, diagnosis & Imaging methods
  • Track 11-12Genetic kidney disease in neonates
  • Track 11-13Mutation analysis
  • Track 11-14Hereditary Kidney Disorders
  • Track 12-1Type 1 diabetes
  • Track 12-2Autoimmune diseases
  • Track 12-3Glomerular filtration rate
  • Track 12-4Hyperbaric medicine
  • Track 12-5Diabetic diet
  • Track 12-6Diabetes mellitus
  • Track 12-7Complication of diabetes
  • Track 12-8Angiotensin
  • Track 12-9kidney damage
  • Track 12-10ACE inhibitors
  • Track 12-11Type 2 diabetes
  • Track 12-12Glomerulosclerosis
  • Track 13-1Homeostasis
  • Track 13-2Salt wasting
  • Track 13-3Electrolyte imbalance
  • Track 13-4Nerve impulses & Muscle contractions
  • Track 13-5Metabolic bone disease
  • Track 13-6Renal fibrosis
  • Track 13-7Inorganic ions (Na, K, Cl)
  • Track 13-8Electrolyte concentrations
  • Track 13-9Dehydration
  • Track 13-10Alkalosis
  • Track 13-11Acidosis
  • Track 13-12Acid base balance
  • Track 13-13Fluid balance
  • Track 14-1Renal Embolization
  • Track 14-2Surgery for Kidney Stones
  • Track 14-3Urostomy
  • Track 14-4Suprapubic cystostomy
  • Track 14-5Cystostomy
  • Track 14-6Ureterostomy
  • Track 14-7Nephrostomy
  • Track 14-8Cystectomy
  • Track 14-9Nephrectomy
  • Track 14-10rhGH treatment
  • Track 14-11Transurethral surgery
  • Track 14-12Gastric bypass surgery
  • Track 15-1Calcium stones
  • Track 15-2Inhibitors of stone formation
  • Track 15-3Hypocitraturia
  • Track 15-4Supersaturation of urine
  • Track 15-5Calcium oxalate stones
  • Track 15-6Calcium phosphate stones
  • Track 15-7Xanthine stones
  • Track 15-8Cystine stones
  • Track 15-9Struvite stones
  • Track 15-10Uric Acid stones
  • Track 15-11Ulcerative colitis
  • Track 16-1Analgesic nephropathy
  • Track 16-2rhGH treatment
  • Track 16-3rhGH treatment
  • Track 16-4Nephrocalcinosis
  • Track 16-5Pain management
  • Track 16-6Medical expulsive therapy
  • Track 16-7Lithotripsy
  • Track 16-8Toxicity of chemotherapy agents
  • Track 16-9IgA Nephropathy
  • Track 16-10Laparoscopy
  • Track 16-11Anti inflammatory drugs
  • Track 16-12Ab mediated treatment
  • Track 17-1Anemia & Erythropoietin (EPO)
  • Track 17-2Low sodium foods
  • Track 17-3Trace minerals
  • Track 17-4Micronutrients
  • Track 17-5Glucose
  • Track 17-6Bulk minerals
  • Track 17-7B group vitamins
  • Track 17-8Insulin
  • Track 17-9High protein foods
  • Track 17-10Sleep disorders
  • Track 17-11Renal Osteodystrophy
  • Track 17-12Dietary needs of kidney patients
  • Track 18-1Care for Kideny diseases
  • Track 18-2Quality management
  • Track 18-3Nurse researcher
  • Track 18-4Pharmaceutical representative
  • Track 18-5Nurse manager
  • Track 18-6Office Nurse
  • Track 18-7Nurse practitioner
  • Track 18-8Clinical nurse specialist
  • Track 18-9Transplant coordinator
  • Track 18-10Vascular access coordinator
  • Track 18-11Peritoneal dialysis Nurse
  • Track 18-12Hemodialysis Nurse
  • Track 18-13Nurse Educator
  • Track 19-1Partial nephrectomy
  • Track 19-2Cystectomy
  • Track 19-3Radical nephrectomy
  • Track 19-4Surgical removal of kidney
  • Track 19-5Single port laparoscopy
  • Track 19-6Renal Embolization
  • Track 19-7Hysterectomy
  • Track 19-8kidney tumors
  • Track 19-9Small renal masses
  • Track 20-1Diagnostic, Imaging & Radiation techniques
  • Track 20-2Intravenous urography
  • Track 20-3Renal biopsy
  • Track 20-4MR angiography
  • Track 20-5Ultrasound scanning
  • Track 20-6Glomerular Filtration Rate
  • Track 20-7Urine analysis
  • Track 20-8Blood tests
  • Track 20-9Excess fluids & waste from blood
  • Track 20-10Physical examination
  • Track 20-11Recent advancements in renal therapeutics
  • Track 20-12Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
  • Track 20-13Scintigraphy & Nuclear medicine
  • Track 20-14Computed axial tomography
  • Track 20-15Medical ultrasonography
  • Track 20-16Renal Arteriography
  • Track 21-1Injectable iron
  • Track 21-2Oral iron
  • Track 21-3Intestinal inflammation
  • Track 21-4Increased destruction
  • Track 21-5Impaired production
  • Track 21-6Hyperbaric oxygen
  • Track 21-7Fluid overload
  • Track 21-8Erythropoiesis stimulating agent
  • Track 21-9Blood transfusions
  • Track 21-10Blood loss
  • Track 21-11Anemia of folic acid deficiency
  • Track 21-12Pernicious anemia
  • Track 22-1Autoimmune diseases
  • Track 22-2Diagnostic immunology
  • Track 22-3Hypersensitivities
  • Track 22-4Immune deficiency
  • Track 22-5Immunoglobulin- IgG, IgM, IgD, IgE & IgA
  • Track 22-6Immunosuppression
  • Track 22-7Immunotherapy
  • Track 22-8Primary immune diseases
  • Track 22-9Transplant rejection
  • Track 23-1Anatomic pathology
  • Track 23-2Diagnosis & Characterization
  • Track 23-3Electron microscopy
  • Track 23-4Glomerulus the tubules
  • Track 23-5Immunofluorescence
  • Track 23-6Light microscopy
  • Track 23-7Medical diseases (non-tumor) of the kidneys
  • Track 23-8Medical renal diseases
  • Track 23-9Renal biopsy
  • Track 24-1Amyloidosis Nephrology
  • Track 24-2Tumor invasion of the kidney
  • Track 24-3Thrombotic microangiopathy
  • Track 24-4Secondary Glomerular diseases of malignancy
  • Track 24-5Radiation Nephropathy
  • Track 24-6Obstructive renal disease
  • Track 24-7Myeloma Nephrology
  • Track 24-8Electrolyte disorders of malignancy
  • Track 24-9Chemotherapy related renal complications
  • Track 24-10Chemotherapeutic agents
  • Track 24-11Cancer related renal complications
  • Track 24-12Bone marrow transplant
  • Track 24-13Tumor Lysis Syndrome
  • Track 25-1Epidemiology of CKD
  • Track 25-2Nontraditional causes of CKD
  • Track 25-3Cytotoxic
  • Track 25-4Arteriovenous fistula
  • Track 25-5Protein in the urine
  • Track 25-6Abnormalities in blood
  • Track 25-7Abdominal ultrasound
  • Track 25-8Angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors
  • Track 25-9Sexual dysfunction
  • Track 25-10Prognosis
  • Track 25-11Mesoamerican nephropathy