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Kidney transplants in ADPKD

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Find out when kidney transplants may be needed, how they are performed, what it’s like to have this surgery, the risks and benefits, and alternative treatments available. If you’re considering having a transplant, please also talk to your kidney specialist and transplant team for advice and information.

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ADPKD Progression

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As ADPKD progresses or gets worse, the size and number of the kidney cysts increases. Eventually the cysts begin to affect how the kidneys function, and chronic kidney disease (CKD) develops, which may result in kidney failure.

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PKD Charity is a Member of

  • Fundraising Regulator Website
  • Visit PKD International website
  • Visit Ciliopathy Alliance website
  • Visit the Genetic Alliance UK website
  • Rare Disease UK Website
  • Specialised Healthcare Alliance Website
  • FEDERG Website
  • Visit EURORDIS website
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