Subscribe log in about/contact all content diseases & conditions algorithms & charts lab tests images procedures & pt patient handouts pediatric only {1} ##loc[ok]## {1} ##loc[ok]## ##loc[cancel]## {1} ##loc[ok]## ##loc[cancel]## diseases & conditions > this topic is from 5-minute urology consult dr. Gomella's off-label usage statement   about our sources polycystic kidney disease, autosomal recessive (arpkd) updated 5/2012 costas d. Lallas, md email       print section  |  print topic       add to my favorites basics description epidemiology risk factors general prevention pathophysiology associated conditions diagnosis signs and symptoms tests differential diagnosis treatment medication (drugs) surgery additional treatment | radiotherapy ongoing care prognosis complications follow-up recommendations miscellaneous additional reading codes next section > the following is an excerpt.... Basics description a group of inherited disorders involving cystic dilatation of the renal collecting ducts and varying degrees of biliary dysgenesis and periportal fibrosis an overlap in the spectrum of renal and liver involvement precludes use of the blyth and orkenden classification (perinatal, neonatal, infantile, and juvenile subtypes). Best grouped as polycystic disease of newborn and young infant, polycystic disease of childhood, and congenital hepatic fibrosis epidemiology most common inherited cystic renal disease in infancy and childhood incidence: 1–2 in 10,000 live births commonly discovered in perinatal period; can present early in childhood or adolescence males = females severely affected neonates usually die hours after birth; overall survival is much improved if they live beyond the neonatal period. Survival... viagra online viagra for sale viagra for sale buy viagra viagra for sale viagra without a doctor prescription buy cheap viagra cheap generic viagra discount viagra lowest prices buy generic viagra You must be logged in to fully access this content. View a sample algorithm for "anemia" sign in email:  password:  forgot your password? Remember me sign up for a 30-day free trial sign up for a 30-day free trial now and receive access to all content. Take a tour of 5minuteconsult. Com subscribe now to 5minuteconsult have a book code? Submit your book code to create your free standard account. See also images > 1 2 3 view large figure 19-9 hereditary polycystic kidney disease. Specimen from a 33-year-old man. Credit: thomas h. Mcconnell, the nature of disease pathology for the health professions, philadelphia: lippincott williams & wilkins, 2007 lab tests > blood urea nitrogen (bun) patient handouts > polycystic kidney disease (pkd) related subjects kidney diseases polycystic kidney disease polycystic kidney disease, autosomal recessive (arpkd) all content diseases & conditions.