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Liver & Organ Damage

Since hypertension can develop slowly without symptoms, it can cause serious organ damage. In fact, even slight increases in blood pressure have been known to cause kidney and heart damage. Severe high blood pressure may result in headaches, visual disturbances, nausea and vomiting (hypertensive crisis). This happens when blood pressure rises too rapidly. If untreated, hypertension can damage major organs like the brain, heart, eyes, kidneys or liver.
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Surgery

Although surgery is seldom a person's first choice for treatment, it may be the best choice to enable the highest quality of life. Whether you suffer from chronic kidney disease, hypertension or any of their related problems, our staff can explore all your options to determine the best choice for your health, lifestyle and preferences.
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Chronic Kidney Disease

Nephrology refers to the field related to medical conditions of the kidney like chronic kidney disease. Our nephrologists treat people with a variety of kidney diseases, including those who have lost function or who must rely on dialysis or a kidney transplant.
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Kidney Transplant Management

When an individual's kidneys fail, three treatments are available: hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis and kidney transplantation. Many people feel that a successful kidney transplant will provide a better quality of life because it allows greater freedom, increased energy levels, and a less restricted diet.
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Renal Disease

Renal means "of the kidneys," so renal disease is simply a disease of the kidneys. 
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