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chronic kidney disease
a progressive disease of the kidneys that eventually ends in kidney failure
cysteine
an amino acid that contains sulfur
cystinuria
a rare genetic condition in which nephrolithiasis are made from cystine
dialysis
purification of blood through means other than the kidneys
dyspareunia
painful sexual intercourse
enuresis
bladder incontinence after the age of 3 years
hyperoxaluria
elevated amounts of oxalate in the urine
nephrolithiasis
kidney stones
oligohydramnios
very low to almost absent amniotic fluid, which may be related to impaired or absent kidney function in the fetus
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