Apr, Vol. Author s : Dumitrache, Sergiu; Penescu, Mircea Abstract: Chronic kidney disease, no matter the aetiology, has a progressive evolution and a negative prognosis. The rapidity of nephrons loss and deterioration of renal function depends on the aetiology of the kidney disease, the prompt diagnosis, efficiency of the treatment and the patient chronic kidney disease to the treatment, diet and suitable lifestyle.
The therapeutic control of the mechanisms of progression have also demonstrated that it could be possible to attenuate or even to stop the evolution towards kidney failure.
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