CKD: Is Birth Weight a Risk Factor?
"Using a broad definition of CKD, we identified a large number of pediatric CKD cases, and found that children with CKD were highly likely to have abnormal prenatal history, including low birth weight, maternal overweight/obesity and maternal diabetes ...
MedPage Today - Fri, 18 Apr 2014 09:01

Maternal Diabetes Linked to Childhood Kidney Disease
The results are consistent with previous studies that have suggested that diabetes mellitus may cause abnormal renal development via compromised fetal programming. In addition, maternal obesity has previously been shown to be associated with ...
Medscape - Thu, 17 Apr 2014 14:19

There is a link between Maternal Diabetes and Childhood Kidney Disease
Children suffering with chronic kidney disease are likely to have a high chance of abnormal prenatal history. Low birth weight ... In addition, maternal obesity has previously been shown to be associated with malformations of the urogenital system. "[P ...
The Football Examiner - Fri, 18 Apr 2014 06:07

Cancer Genetics Inc (CGIX) news: Cancer Genetics' CEO Discusses Q4 2013 ...
During 2013, our portfolio of targeted genomic tests expanded significantly into the urogenital cancers, namely renal and cervical. The renal cancer market has approximately 60,000 new cases a ... The beauty of our FHACT product is in the design that ...
Seeking Alpha - Wed, 26 Mar 2014 17:43

Doença rara continua a apoquentar família de quatro irmãos
If baseline liver abnormalities exist and are confirmed, there is a clear possibility that the potential for Dantrolene sodium hepatotoxicity could be enhanced, although such a possibility has not yet been established. Liver function studies (eg, SGOT ...
AngoNotícias - Thu, 27 Mar 2014 02:08


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