Time: 10:30AM | Topic Category: Chronic Kidney Disease Dr. Srivasa Chebrolu MD
One in nine Americans have Chronic Kidney Disease. You may have an increased risk for kidney disease if you:
- have diabetes
- have high blood pressure
- have a family history of chronic kidney disease
- are older
- belong to a population group that has a high rate of diabetes or high blood pressure, such as African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Asians and American Indians.
- What are the common causes of Chronic Kidney Disease?
- What are the signs and symptoms of Chronic Kidney Disease
- How do you treat Chronic Kidney Disease?
- What is End Stage Renal Disease and what are the treatment modalities?
Dr. Srivasa Chebrolu, MD, FACP is a consulting nephrologist with North Texas Kidney Disease Associates and has been providing services in the North Texas area since 2005. He sees patients in his offices in Frisco and Carrollton and provides nephrology consultation to patients at THR Presbyterian Hospital, Plano, TX, and Centennial Medical Center, Frisco, TX, and other local hospitals in the area. Dr. Chebrolu is the Medical Director for Renal Center of Carrollton.
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