Genetic diseases in adults

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  • Genetic diseases that do not primarily affect the genitourinary tract may have urologic manifestations. These urologic manifestations range from benign and malignant renal disease to infertility. Thus, the practicing urologist may be involved in the care of these patients and should have knowledge of these diseases. Continued improvements in the diagnosis and treatment of these genetic diseases will likely result in improved survival and will increase the number of patients who may develop urologic manifestations of these diseases.
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  • Kolettis PN
  • Start Page

  • 153
  • End Page

  • 160
  • Volume

  • 30
  • Issue

  • 1