kidney disease, formerly a major cause of death, has basically dropped out of the chart thanks to the invention of dialysis.
Their app, Colorimetrix, is accurate enough to monitor conditions such as diabetes, kidney disease, and urinary tract infections.
Should pre-nuptial agreements now specify the fate of a kidney given during the marriage?
An upward trend is especially apparent in kidney, liver, and thyroid cancer and in melanoma and lymphoma.
Wife posts desperate plea on Facebook: “Wishing a kidney would fall out of the sky so my husband can stop suffering.”
A year later I was one day informed that he had died three days before of kidney trouble.
He met men of his own kidney there, and was ever ready for a duel with weapons.
Cubebs were known to Arabian physicians as early as the ninth century, who employed them as a diuretic in kidney troubles.
Occasionally asthma is a symptom of heart and kidney disease.
As every druggist knows, dropsy has been one of the incurable diseases when caused either from heart, liver or kidney trouble.
kidney kid·ney (kĭd'nē)
n. pl. kid·neys
Either of a pair of organs in the dorsal region of the vertebrate abdominal cavity, functioning to maintain proper water and electrolyte balance, regulate acid-base concentration, and filter the blood of metabolic wastes, which are then excreted as urine.
Either of a pair of organs that are located in the rear of the abdominal cavity in vertebrates. The kidneys regulate fluid balance in the body and filter out wastes from the blood in the form of urine. The functional unit of the kidney is the nephron. Wastes filtered from the blood by the nephrons drain into the ureters, muscular tubes that connect each kidney to the bladder. See also nephron.