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Welcome to the Nephrology Department at Shri Mahant Indiresh Hospital, where we unravel the intricate workings of the kidneys and offer comprehensive care for a wide range of renal conditions. The kidneys play a crucial role in maintaining life, serving as the body's primary filtration system, eliminating waste products and excess fluids while regulating fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base balance.

Our team of nephrology experts specializes in the study of normal kidney function and the diagnosis and treatment of various renal disorders. Here's an overview of the diseases and conditions encompassed within the field of nephrology:

  1. Glomerular Disorders: These conditions affect the glomeruli, the tiny filtering units within the kidneys, leading to abnormalities in filtration and protein excretion.
  2. Urine Abnormalities: Conditions such as excessive excretion of protein, sugar, blood, casts, and crystals indicate underlying kidney dysfunction.
  3. Tubulointerstitial Diseases: Disorders affecting the tubules within the kidneys can impair their ability to concentrate urine and regulate electrolyte balance.
  4. Renal Vascular Diseases: These conditions involve abnormalities in the blood vessels supplying the kidneys, which can impact renal function and blood pressure regulation.
  5. Renal Failure: Acute or chronic renal failure results from the gradual loss of kidney function, leading to impaired waste elimination and fluid balance.
  6. Kidney and Bladder Stones: Formation of stones within the urinary tract can cause obstruction and pain, necessitating medical intervention.
  7. Kidney Infections: Bacterial infections of the kidneys, bladder, and urethra require prompt treatment to prevent complications.
  8. Kidney Cancers: Malignancies affecting the kidneys, bladder, and urethra necessitate specialized care for diagnosis and treatment.
  9. Effects of Systemic Diseases: Conditions like diabetes and hypertension can cause damage to the kidneys over time, leading to renal dysfunction.
  10. Acid-Base Imbalances: Disorders in acid-base regulation can result in metabolic acidosis or alkalosis, affecting overall health.
  11. Nephrotic Syndrome and Nephritis: Inflammatory conditions of the kidneys can cause proteinuria, edema, and impaired renal function.
  12. Drug-Induced Kidney Injury: Certain medications and toxins can damage the kidneys, leading to renal impairment and dysfunction.
  13. Dialysis: Patients with end-stage renal disease may require dialysis to replace kidney function, with potential long-term complications.
  14. Autoimmune Diseases: Conditions like autoimmune vasculitis and lupus can affect renal function, requiring specialized management.
  15. Polycystic Kidney Disease: A genetic disorder characterized by the formation of cysts within the kidneys, leading to progressive renal impairment.
  16. Hydronephrosis: This condition involves the dilation of the renal pelvis and calyces due to obstruction, requiring evaluation and management.


Our multidisciplinary team at Shri Mahant Indiresh Hospital is dedicated to providing compassionate care, innovative treatments, and personalized solutions for patients with renal disorders. We combine expertise with state-of-the-art technology to optimize outcomes and improve quality of life for individuals affected by kidney disease. Explore the breadth of our services and schedule a consultation with our nephrology specialists today.

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