Abnormal Renal Function Transplant
When kidney disease results in kidney failure, kidney dialysis is required to remove waste from the bloodstream. However, people with severe kidney disease may undergo kidney transplant. The healthy, transplanted kidney takes over the functions lost by the failed kidneys.
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