Diseases with Liver and Kidney Involvement
Many congenital and acquired diseases involve both concomitant kidney and liver disease. In these conditions the rate of disease progression is independent in each organ and a co-ordinated approach between nephrologist and hepatologist is essential for management, particularly when considering a need for combined transplantation.
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