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About the Division of Renal Medicine

The Division of Renal (Kidney) Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) provides comprehensive, quality care to patients with all forms of acute and chronic kidney diseases. Also known as nephrology, this subspecialty of internal medicine focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of inherited and acquired kidney conditions, from kidney stones and kidney infections to polycystic kidney disease, kidney cancer and end-stage kidney disease. The nephrology specialists at BWH provide the latest in complex clinical care, offering consultative and general nephrology services as well as dialysis and transplantation expertise.


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