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Bariatric surgery and chronic kidney disease: an intriguing relationship

Bariatric surgery and chronic kidney disease: an intriguing relationship
Bariatric surgery and chronic kidney disease: an intriguing relationship
We read with interest the response to our brief review by Canales et al . who highlight the evidence that there are limited prospective data to demonstrate that RYGB surgery reverses or even stabilizes renal function in patients with pre-existing renal disease. The authors also refer to the dichotomy in focus between nephrologists and urologists stating that ‘urologists detail oxalate levels without measuring global renal function whereas nephrologists tend to relate markers of renal function without reporting urinary oxalate’. Both we and Canales et al. agree that more research in this field is urgently needed to help identify who exactly will benefit …
0931-0509
4117-4118
Ahmed, Mohamed H.
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Byrne, Christopher D.
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Ahmed, Mohamed H.
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Byrne, Christopher D.
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Ahmed, Mohamed H. and Byrne, Christopher D. (2010) Bariatric surgery and chronic kidney disease: an intriguing relationship. Nephrology, Dialysis, Transplantation, 25 (12), 4117-4118. (doi:10.1093/ndt/gfq595).

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We read with interest the response to our brief review by Canales et al . who highlight the evidence that there are limited prospective data to demonstrate that RYGB surgery reverses or even stabilizes renal function in patients with pre-existing renal disease. The authors also refer to the dichotomy in focus between nephrologists and urologists stating that ‘urologists detail oxalate levels without measuring global renal function whereas nephrologists tend to relate markers of renal function without reporting urinary oxalate’. Both we and Canales et al. agree that more research in this field is urgently needed to help identify who exactly will benefit …

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Published date: December 2010
Organisations: Dev Origins of Health & Disease

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Local EPrints ID: 177055
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/177055
ISSN: 0931-0509
PURE UUID: 3635c8ca-ee46-451f-847f-38861e0d3ad4
ORCID for Christopher D. Byrne: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-6322-7753

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Date deposited: 14 Mar 2011 14:12
Last modified: 19 Mar 2019 01:35

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Author: Mohamed H. Ahmed

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