The aging kidney: increased susceptibility to nephrotoxicity

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acute kidney injury 2 nephrologydiseases
nephrosclerosis 1 nephrologydiseases
nephrotic syndrome 1 nephrologydiseases

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acute kidney injury 997 by clinical data demonstrating that the aging population has an increased incidence and severity of acute kidney injury (AKI). Since then a number of studies have focused on age-dependent alterations in pathways that predispose
acute kidney injury 10342 in healthy Chinese people described similar results [[59]].Figure 1Causes of increased incidence of acute kidney injury (AKI) with aging.Approximately 35% of the elderly US population has stage 3 CKD [[3]] and an increasing
nephrosclerosis 9617 tubulointerstitial fibrosis define the aging kidney [[54],[55]]. There is also an increasing incidence of nephrosclerosis with aging from 2.7% for people aged 18–29 years to 73% for people aged 70–77 years [[56]]. Functionally,
nephrotic syndrome 14755 true (dehydration, bleeding, vomiting, diarrhea) and functional (cardiac impairment, liver disease, nephrotic syndrome ) is common in elderly patients [[84]]. Until about the fourth decade, renal blood flow is maintained

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