Acute kidney failure

Specialty of Internal medicine

Renal failure is the inability of the kidneys to properly remove toxins and other waste residues of blood.

The cause associated with this disease is diabetes and blood clots caused by cholesterol, decreased blood flow or acute tubular necrosis (cells of damaged kidney), among others. As regards symptoms, the person with kidney failure tends to pass blood in stools, may bruise more easily, notice bad breath and decrease in sensitivity, especially in the hands and feet. Fatigue, hand tremor and nausea or vomiting can also be other symptoms.

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