Enfermedades tratadas

Los médicos y cirujanos de Mayo Clinic que realizan trasplantes de riñón son especialistas en tratar enfermedades renales. Puedes acercarte a Mayo Clinic por tu cuenta o con una derivación de tu médico. Los especialistas en trasplante de riñón trabajan con un equipo de médicos y especialistas en otras áreas para determinar la opción de tratamiento más adecuada en tu caso.

Mayo Clinic ofrece servicios para tratar la insuficiencia renal causada por muchas enfermedades, incluidas, entre otras, las que se enumeran a continuación. La disponibilidad de los servicios puede variar entre las sedes de Mayo Clinic. Verifica esto cuando llames para solicitar una consulta.

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July 27, 2017
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