My wife is suffering from unilateral renal agenesis. Her kidney function test report is ok but just chloride is slightly high and it’s 109. Now I need to know it’s a serious matter or normal. What are the precautions and treatment?

I am unable to provide a specific diagnosis based on the information that you present.  An elevated serum chloride test does not provide a specific diagnosis that I can make.  I suggest that you discuss this with your wife’s physician.


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