Your Mayo Clinic care team
Your multispecialty team may include experts in nephrology, hypertension, endocrinology, nutrition and other areas. These specialists work together to develop a therapy plan tailored to your needs.
Mayo researchers in the Division of Nephrology and Hypertension work on clinical trials and other research with colleagues throughout the country and internationally. Together, they're developing new treatments and a deeper understanding of what causes diabetic nephropathy. Mayo Clinic doctors also serve on the Mayo Nephrology Collaborative Group, a national network for clinical research on kidney disease.
At Mayo Clinic, you may have access to ongoing clinical trials and new treatments.
Advanced diagnosis and treatment
Because kidney disease can go undetected until it's too late, effective and consistent diagnosis is essential. Mayo Clinic uses several diagnostic tests to identify diabetic nephropathy and other kidney problems. It offers very precise measurement of the glomerular filtration rate — a useful test of overall kidney function.
Mayo Clinic offers advanced treatment options for end-stage kidney disease, including dialysis or transplant. It offers state-of-the-art dialysis treatment, including the option for in-home dialysis. And the Mayo Clinic Kidney Transplant Program offers pre-transplant consultation, living-donor evaluation, transplant surgery and post-transplant care.
Nationally and internationally recognized expertise
Mayo Clinic is one of the world's leading kidney disease centers. Mayo physicians are leading a global effort to improve diagnosis of kidney disease.