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Nephrology Clinic at CMC

At CMC Hospital our Nephrologists in Dubai provide the expertise needed to diagnose, evaluate, and treat kidney disease and hypertension.  Our Nephrology Clinic is led by a US Board Certified Nephrologist, considered to be one of the best Nephrologists Specialists in Dubai. Our hospital provides the supporting services and multidisciplinary team to make sure that your condition is accurately diagnosed and the best treatment provided.

Kidneys filter waste from our blood and play a critical role in maintaining overall health. Detecting potential kidney issues early is crucial.  At CMC Hospital Dubai we are equipped with the latest diagnostic technology. An acute kidney injury can lead to sudden worsening in the kidney function that happens over a period of hours to days which can be a small change in renal function to complete failure and, depending on the cause, may be reversible.

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Our multidisciplinary have the capability to diagnose and treat a wide range of kidney diseases.  Some of the common Kidney Conditions we treat at CMC Hospital Dubai include but is not limited to:

  • Chronic Kidney Disease and its Complications
  • Diabetic Kidney Disease
  • Hematuria: Grossly visible or microscopic blood in the urine which can be caused by infection, bleeding anywhere along the urinary tract, or disease of the kidney itself
  • Proteinuria: Development of protein in the urine.  Can happen from a variety of kidney disease with evaluation and treatment individualized depending on the cause.
  • Hypertension
  • Kidney stones
  • Polycystic Kidney Disease: Development of multiple large cysts in the kidneys.
  • Renal Vascular Disease: Damage to the vessels providing blood flow to the kidneys.
  • Electrolyte Abnormalities: Any abnormality of the salts and minerals of the body including sodium, potassium, acid/base disorders, magnesium, and phosphorus.
  • Glomerulonephritis and Autoimmune Diseases of the Kidney: Genetic or acquired disease of the glomerulus, the part of the kidney that filters the blood.  There are many types of glomerulonephritis which can cause either a sudden or progressively worsening renal disease.

Diagnosing Kidney Disease

At CMC Hospital our Kidney Doctors in Dubai have access to the full range of advanced diagnostic tools to ensure you receive the appropriate diagnosis and optimal treatment plan.

  • Blood Tests – The first line in detection is often a simple blood test. Measuring creatinine and urea levels can indicate impaired kidney function. Electrolyte imbalances, such as high potassium or low calcium, also raise red flags.
  • Urine Analysis – A urine test checks for protein and blood cell presence, suggesting inflammation or damage to the kidney filters. Microscopic examination can further reveal abnormal structures, hinting at specific diseases.
  • Imaging & Radiology – Kidney ultrasounds reveal size, structure, and potential blockages in the Kidneys. CT scans and MRIs offer even more detailed 3D visualizations, aiding in diagnosing complex conditions like tumors or cysts.

Additional Diagnostics

  • Genetic Testing: Identifying gene mutations linked to hereditary kidney diseases allows for early intervention and family planning.
  • Biomarkers: Specific protein or DNA markers in blood or urine can pinpoint specific kidney diseases with improved accuracy.
  • Renal Biopsy: In rare cases, extracting a tiny tissue sample for microscopic analysis offers definitive diagnosis for complex or atypical cases.

Early detection is key to managing kidney disease effectively. Regular checkups and proactive health monitoring empower you to safeguard your kidney health.

FAQ's

A nephrologist is a medical doctor who specializes in the treatment of kidney disease and works to help patients manage their condition and improve their quality of life.

Dr Hala Yamout is a triple American Board Consultant Nephrologist and considered one of the best nephrologists in Dubai. Dr Hala completed her nephrology fellowship at the Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, USA and her fellowship in hypertension at the University of Chicago, USA. In addition Dr Hala has a research Training post-graduate certificate from Harvard Medical School, USA.

Common kidney conditions include chronic kidney disease, kidney stones, kidney infections, glomerulonephritis, and polycystic kidney disease.

Symptoms of kidney disease can include fatigue, fluid retention, high blood pressure, difficulty concentrating, decreased urine output, and swelling in the hands and feet.

Kidney disease can be diagnosed through blood tests, urine tests, imaging tests, and kidney biopsies.

A nephrologist specializes in issues related to the kidneys. A urologist however specializes in conditions related to the bladder, penis, testicle, urinary tract and male reproductive system. Nephrologists are not surgeons, so they often work closely with Urologists who may need to perform kidney surgeries.

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