Liver failure much more often affects men

British scientists analyzed data from studies on the development of renal insufficiency in men and women. It turned out that the risk of developing this disease in men is 1.5 times higher. In a special risk group male population in middle age.

The research team examined the state of health of almost three million people with the disease to kidney failure. It turned out that every 40 males and 60-th women there is renal failure. Note, the disease significantly affects the quality of life of patients and contributes to the development of comorbidity.

While scientists have not been able to find a causal connection between the floor and renal failure. It is assumed that it may be due to hormonal differences and way of life.

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