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#1Gates B. Colbert (Baylor University Medical Center)H-Index: 3
Last.Edgar V. LermaH-Index: 12
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Abstract Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease is a common cause of end stage kidney disease. It is a progressive and unfortunately incurable condition that can lead to significant morbidity and kidney failure. Many more patients are diagnosed with this disease without any symptoms as the population is increasingly undergoing imaging for other problems and diagnostic workup. Our understanding of the genetic variants has increased in recent years as research continues to improve. As well, ...
#1Marisha Agana (WMU: Western Michigan University)H-Index: 1
#2Donald E. Greydanus (WMU: Western Michigan University)H-Index: 7
Last.Maria Demma I. Cabral (WMU: Western Michigan University)
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Abstract The term transgender youth commonly refers to those whose gender identity, or personal core sense of self as a particular gender, differs from their assigned sex at birth; this is often designated by what external genitalia are present. These youths are presenting to multidisciplinary clinics worldwide at exponentially higher rates than in decades past, and clinics themselves have grown in number to meet the specialized demands of these youth. Additionally, the scientific and medical co...
#1Kavitha Ramaswamy (Thomas Jefferson University Hospital)
#2Hector Madariaga (Good Samaritan Medical Center)
Last.Edgar V. Lerma (UIC: University of Illinois at Chicago)H-Index: 12
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Abstract Advancement in kidney transplantation has led to prolonged survival in our population with kidney disease. Newer agents of immunosuppression have made this possible with less rejections and lesser opportunistic infections and transplant related deaths. Preventative care like timely vaccines, cancer screenings, aggressive blood pressure, blood sugar, lipid control, timely referral to consultants is required in these patient population to provide quality care and to prolong their survival...