New risk prediction models may help identify patients with and without diabetes at elevated risk for chronic kidney disease, say authors of a recent study.
Transitioning from urgent, unplanned inpatient dialysis to home hemodialysis was linked to higher risk of mortality in a new registry analysis.
A new prospective analysis of ADPKD guidelines from Canada and Europe resulted in cohorts enriched with high-risk patients in excess of 80%.
Results of a new study may put to rest the suggestion that vitamin D or omega-3 fatty acids protect against incident kidney disease or disease progression.
According to a new report based on hospital encounters, autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease is not a significant risk factor for kidney stones.
Primary care providers are often first to detect chronic kidney disease and essential to help prevent complications. Take our short test on CKD basics.
The risk for end-stage renal disease in patients with ADPKD is high. What factors increase the risk and how is it best managed? Test yourself.
Find summaries here of 3 recent studies conducted to shed light on difficult issues in the management of autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease.
Authors of the CRIC study found sex-related disparities in chronic kidney disease progression. Scroll through our slideshow to get the highlights.
Renal damage, blood glucose level, family history--which was independently linked to incident T2DM in CKD? Read the study highlights.