Over the past few decades the field of nephrology has gained increasing importance in the practice of medicine. It is estimated that kidney disease will afflict nearly 10 percent of our population within the next few years (1). Therefore, it becomes increasingly important for the family physician to gain a strong foundation of knowledge and clinical expertise in this field.
KeywordsPeritoneal Dialysis Nephrotic Syndrome Acute Renal Failure Chronic Renal Failure Blood Urea Nitrogen
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