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Nephrotoxicity - toxicity in the kidneys

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Nephrotoxicity - toxicity in the kidneys

Toxicity in the kidneys is termed nephrotoxicity. It is caused by a poisonous effect on the kidneys. This can be either due to medications, toxic chemicals or substances which affect the renal function.

An ultrasound scan of a normal kidney
©Fraser McConnell

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