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The author receives funding from NIH grant 3K12DK100022-10S1 and the American Roentgen Ray Society Scholarship.

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Wentland, A.L. Chronic kidney disease: a chronic challenge for imaging?. Eur Radiol 33, 5209–5210 (2023).

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