OVERWEIGHT AS A RISK FACTOR FOR CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE AND ITS MODERN APPROACH TO EARLY DIAGNOSIS

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Akhmedova N. Sh.
Khayrullaeva G. B.
Hamdamov I. I.

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Obesity is one of actual medico-social problems of modern society. Rapid growth of the persons suffering from excess mass of a body, defines relevance of this problem. Obesity leads to progressive injury of kidneys through a set of mechanisms. Use of early biomarkers of pathology of kidneys at obesity with an assessment of level of indicator of microalbuminuria is perspective for diagnostics of renal defeat at obesity. The purpose of this study is to study the level of impaired renal function with obesity, and to identify its significance as a risk factor in the development of CKD

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