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Kidney problems

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Kidney problems

Like other mammals, rabbits possess two kidneys. The kidneys are essential for filtering out toxins from the body and excreting them via the urinary system.

There are a number of problems that can affect the kidneys with varying degrees of severity

What are the kidneys for?

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What is acute kidney (renal) failure?

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What is chronic renal failure?

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What is polycystic kidney syndrome?

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What about renal cysts?

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Can rabbits only have one kidney?

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What is nephrectomy?

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