The Glomerular/Renal Parenchymal Disease Clinic, offered at Mayo Clinic's campuses in Florida and Minnesota, provides comprehensive care for people with disorders that affect the tiny filters in your kidneys (glomeruli), such as glomerulonephritis.
Your kidney doctor (nephrologist) collaborates closely with other specialists, including hypertension specialists and pathologists, to diagnosis your condition and develop an individualized treatment plan. They coordinate with you and one another to ensure that your visits are efficient and complete. They also work closely with your local doctor to coordinate treatment and follow-up care.
Advanced diagnosis and treatment
The Glomerular/Renal Parenchymal Disease Clinic offers advanced and precise diagnostic tests that can identify whether you have glomerular disease or renal parenchymal disease. Mayo Clinic offers diagnostic tools that are available at very few major medical centers. These advanced tools include specialized renal imaging, renal function studies and renal biopsies.
Services that help you manage your condition include convenient follow-up care options, such as mail-in urine and laboratory testing and portable blood pressure monitoring devices.
Tests and procedures
- Dialysis, including the option for home dialysis when appropriate
- Kidney transplant
- Living-donor evaluation
- Post-transplant care through the Mayo Clinic Kidney Transplant Program
- Preemptive kidney transplantation evaluation
People who are treated at the Mayo Clinic Glomerular/Renal Parenchymal Disease Clinic may have access to clinical trials because of the Mayo Nephrology Collaborative Group. Ask your doctor about studies that may be right for you.
Oct. 06, 2020
Nephrology and Hypertension