Condition: Acute And Unspecified Renal Failure

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About Acute And Unspecified Renal Failure

Unspecified renal failure occurs when the kidneys stop functioning properly and can no longer excrete wastes from the body without an identified cause. Unspecified renal failure can occur as a result of kidney diseases, damage to the kidneys from severe dehydration, an infection or illness, or an injury to the kidneys. Symptoms of unspecified renal failure include urinating less frequently or in smaller amounts, not urinating at all, or urinating excessively at night. Unspecified renal failure can also include lack of appetite, feeling fatigued, sensation loss in the hands or feet, feeling lethargic, swelling, and changes in cognitive function or mood.

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Last updated on Apr 27 2017 at 05:23
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