Kidney disease is a disorder that decreases the ability of your two kidneys to do their job: to clean and maintain the chemical balance of the blood. Kidney disease can cause serious health problems if it decreases a person's kidney function significantly.
- Q What is chronic kidney disease?
- Q How many people have the gene for polycystic kidney disease (PKD)?
- Q What does potassium have to do with kidney disease?
- Q How is kidney damage after an organ transplant treated?
- Q Why is eating fresh foods important if I need to reduce my salt intake?
- Q What complications can arise from kidney damage?