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Diseases » Nephronophthisis 4 » Summary
 

What is Nephronophthisis 4?

What is Nephronophthisis 4?

  • Nephronophthisis 4: A genetic kidney disorder which causes kidney failure during adolescence. Other problems such as underdeveloped lungs may also be associated with the condition. Type 4 is caused by a defect in the NPHP4 gene.

Nephronophthisis 4: Introduction

Types of Nephronophthisis 4:

Broader types of Nephronophthisis 4:

How serious is Nephronophthisis 4?

Prognosis of Nephronophthisis 4: Kidney failure can occur from childhood to the middle of adulthood.
Complications of Nephronophthisis 4: see complications of Nephronophthisis 4

What causes Nephronophthisis 4?

Causes of Nephronophthisis 4: see causes of Nephronophthisis 4

What are the symptoms of Nephronophthisis 4?

Symptoms of Nephronophthisis 4: see symptoms of Nephronophthisis 4

Complications of Nephronophthisis 4: see complications of Nephronophthisis 4

Onset of Nephronophthisis 4: Kidney failure can develop from childhood to middle age.

Nephronophthisis 4: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Nephronophthisis 4.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Nephronophthisis 4.

How is it treated?

Treatments for Nephronophthisis 4: see treatments for Nephronophthisis 4

Name and Aliases of Nephronophthisis 4

Main name of condition: Nephronophthisis 4

Other names or spellings for Nephronophthisis 4:

NPHP4, NPH4, Nephronophthisis 4, Juvenile

 

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