Bowel Diseases and Kidneys

A.E. Dorofeiev, N.N. Rudenko, I.A. Derkach, Yu.V. Chechula

Abstract


This review of contemporary publications analyzes the prevalence of combinations of bowel and renal diseases. Special attention is paid to the problem of correlation between bowel diseases and urolithiasis. We consider the possible pathogenic mechanisms of lesions, such as genetically determined violations of intestinal absorption and secretion, changes in the intestinal microbiota, systemic inflammatory response, water and electrolyte disturbances.


Keywords


intestine; kidneys; diseases; urolithiasis

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2308-2097.3.57.2015.81532

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