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In humans, the liver is located on the right side of the body above the large and small intestines and below the diaphragm and heart. The two kidneys are located on either side of the body behind the intestines and below the liver.

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What does eGfr stand for in blood test

estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate
eGFR - stands for estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate, which is a. derived value from serum creatinine, age, and race. It is an estimate of kidney function.

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Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR) - The National Kidney Foundation
What is GFR? GFR - glomerular filtration rate is the best test to measure your level of kidney function and determine your stage of kidney disease. Your doctor can calculate it from the results of your blood creatinine test ... To do a biopsy, the doctor removes small pieces of kidney tissue and looks at them under a microscope.

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Creatinine Clearance Blood Test: High vs Low vs Normal Levels Jump to What to Do About a Low Creatinine Clearance - Doctors measure the blood creatinine level as a test of kidney function. The kidneys' ability to handle creatinine is called the creatinine clearance rate, which helps to estimate the glomerular filtration rate (GFR) -- the rate of blood flow through the kidneys. ‎Normal Kidney Function ... · ‎What Is Creatinine and ... · ‎Measuring Creatinine ...

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How do i know if i have kidney problem or hypertension

fixya site is not a medical forum
kidney complaints show up as
severe pain in the kidney areas
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clear passed water
Talk with your doctor immediately as kidney pain needs urgent attention

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What are the signs of kidney problems

"Kidney problems" is a bit non-specific, as it might mean anything from stones to cancer, but it could be found with

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- frothy or odd looking u r ine
- swollen legs or ankles
- fatigue
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- bad breath and a metallic taste in the mouth
- muscle cramps
- pain around the kidney area

Kidney disease is sometimes silent, but there are good tests for it, so if you are concerned, see a doctor.

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Whare your kidneys

On the right and left side of your back, below your ribcage.

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What are the side effects of Ateronon?

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What medication do you use for kidney failure ?

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Kidneys usually remain the same size over your life span.
Unless you have an MRI to measure the kidney size, you can't evaluate the size, and additionally, there must be older evaluations of the kidney in question to equate to changes in tissue size. It could be, one kidney is smaller than the other, but that is not a problem as usual. Stones are a problem. Usually the Diet is the source. Calcium in excess can cause stones, over acidity is a factor, food and drinking water another. Drink a lot of Filtered Water each day. Filtration of the body fluids is done within the Kidneys and more activity is important. You must FLUSH the Kidneys daily and although you may end up piddling a lot more, you save the kidneys and they function better. Less or No Stones over a period of time.

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Kidney and liver failure in diabetic

The liver failure has really nothing to do with the intake of ibuprofen, or the diagnosis of insulin dependent diabetes. The kidney however is, by both. Diabetes can cause the destuction of the filtering cells of the kidney causing kidney failure. Ibuprofen inhibits the release of prostaglandin which causes the vessels in the kidney to dilate and increase blood flow in the kidney. This is a double whammy.

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