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Part III, Chapter 13, Magnesium Deficiency in the Pathogenesis of Disease, by Dr. Mildred S. Seelig
Renal Damage by Excess Phosphates (Animal) Diets high in phosphate cause not only bone damage and intensify the cardiovascular lesions of magnesium deficiency but also cause renal damage ... renal damage of such treatment might lead to long-term intensification of magnesium deficiency by causing damage to the portion of the renal tubules where active magnesium reabsorption occurs. 13.8.1. Renal ...

Part III, Chapter 14, Magnesium Deficiency in the Pathogenesis of Disease, by Dr. Mildred S. Seelig
Thus, as indicated earlier, serum calcium levels should ... More from this site

MedlinePlus: Mercury
The nervous system is sensitive to all forms of mercury. Exposure to high levels can damage the brain and kidneys. Pregnant women can pass the mercury in their bodies to their ... guidelines: incorporating n-3 fatty acid intake and contaminant... Article: Dental amalgam, mercury toxicity, and renal autoimmunity. Article: The mercury problem and the call for separators. Mercury -- see more articles ...

Suburban Water Testing Labs: Cadmium Fact Sheet
Long-term: Cadmium has the potential to cause the following effects from a lifetime exposure at levels above the MCL: kidney, liver, bone and blood damage. Followup: Treatment ...

MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: Topics beginning with K
Kidney - polycystic see Polycystic kidney disease Kidney biopsy see Renal biopsy Kidney cancer see Renal cell carcinoma Kidney damage see Injury - kidney and ureter Kidney diet - dialysis ... - resources Kidney failure see Acute kidney failure Kidney failure - chronic see Chronic renal failure Kidney failure - chronic blockage see Chronic bilateral obstructive uropathy Kidney failure - ...

Ferret Universe-Other Ferret Illnesses
Enteritis (EE) Flu Hairballs Leukemia Mast Cell Tumors Megoesophagus Poops Proliferative Colitis Renal Failure Splenomegaly Ulcers Anesthesia Whenever your ferret undergoes an operation they will ... increased glucose levels and blood protein. Albumin is usually decreased. Despite severe muscle damage and inflammation, the creatine kinase (CR) which is usually elevated in these conditions ...

Ferret Universe-Ferret Chemistry/ CBC Interpretation: Blood Values
Pre Renal Azotemia. Other stages are: Renal Azotemia (kidney failure) or Post Renal Azotemia (blockage, as with males with enlarged prostate). ... - 280 U/L Aspartate Aminotransferace. Increased number can indicate liver, heart or skeletal muscle damage. Cholesterol 60 - 300 MG/DL Increased number can indicate kidney disease, which will ... More from this site

Excerpts from NRC Report: "Fluoride in Drinking Water: A Scientific Review of EPA's Standards"
When bone turnover occurs, the potential exists for immune system cells and stem ...

Renal Tubular Acidosis (RTA): Tubular and Cystic Kidney Disorders: Merck Manual Home Edition
Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus∑ Nephronophthisis--Medullary Cystic Disease Complex∑ Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD)∑ Renal Glucosuria∑Renal Tubular Acidosis (RTA) Renal Tubular Acidosis (RTA) Buy the Book Print This Topic Email This ... develop, causing damage to kidney cells and, in some cases, chronic kidney failure. A doctor considers the diagnosis of type 1 or type 2 renal tubular acidosis when ...

Blockage of the Renal Arteries: Blood Vessel Disorders of the Kidneys: Merck Manual Home Edition
Introduction· Atheroembolic Kidney Disease·Blockage of the Renal Arteries· Malignant Hypertensive Nephrosclerosis· Renal Cortical Necrosis· Renal Vein Thrombosis Blockage of the Renal Arteries Buy the Book Print This Topic ... using an intravenous radiopaque dye (contrast agent) that increases the risk of kidney damage in people with decreased kidney function. MR angiography involves use of an ... More from this site

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