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The development and progression of reflux nephropathy in children: Risk factors and pathogenetic mechanisms

The development and progression of reflux nephropathy in children: Risk factors and pathogenetic mechanisms

Rossiiskii Vestnik Perinatologii i Pediatrii 53(1): 63-70

This review discusses risk factors of reflux nephropathy and analyzes the possible mechanisms responsible for its development in children. It is stressed that particular attention must be given to its early diagnosis and to the detection of progression markers since this abnormality leads to end-stage renal failure in children.

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