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Acute renal failure: How your kidneys work and what happens when they are injured  
Abstract: This handout describes what the kidneys do, and the causes, symptoms, and treatment of acute renal failure. Illustrations of the renal system, a hemodialysis machine, and resources for more information are included.
Author: 4SE (Transplant, Renal, Vascular Surg, Kidney Dialysis)
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2009
Revised Date: 11/2009
Aortic stenosis: Causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment  
Abstract: This handout describes aortic stenosis, a form of heart valve disease that affects the aortic valve. It also explains signs and symptoms, the tests that are used to diagnose the disease, and what the treatment options are.
Author: Regional Heart Center
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2014
Revised Date: 1/2014

 
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