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A kidney transplant is recommended for persons who have serious kidney dysfunction and will not be able to live without dialysis or a transplant. Some of the kidney diseases for which transplants are done include the following conditions. However, not all cases of the following diseases require kidney transplantation. Always consult your physician for a diagnosis.
Congenital renal obstructive disorders leading to hydronephrosis, including the following: