This presentation discusses the physiologic changes of the renal collecting system during pregnancy, and the associated difficulties with conception in CKD and ESRD.

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Estimated Time to View: 50-60 minutes
Author: Tapasi Saha, MD
Author Type: Faculty
Date Created: 12/5/06
Revisions: None Indicated
Disclaimers: None
Resource Type: Slides; no audio
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