how does kidney staff infection affect the brain in elderly people?

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Answered: Could this be a bladder or kidney infection?

Isn't there another doctor you can see on base? She sounds beyond dumb, she sounds as stupid as the jerk that almost killed my son when he was a baby. I was studying medicine at the time and knew more then this man who supposedly had a degree in med. and was supposed know "something" and knew ...

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So she spent the night at the hospital and instead of asking the doctor, you come to AOL instead? Brilliant.

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Elderly people have ID cards. Are you a moron, or do you just play one on AOLA?

Answered: What is chronic kidney DZ stage

Dz stands for disease.

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Who but brain damaged Democrats would post XXX porn for kids to see as they ask help with third-grade homework? Leftists have that lack of family and community values, so that settled all things about all leftists for all time.

Answered: Brain damaged presidential candidate?

Clinton is brain damaged. That stroke cut her IQ by 2/3 and now the Dems are looking for some other corrupt fool to take over in case Clinton croaks. Republicans ain't stupid enough to run brain damaged fools for office. Vote Republican to be safe and happy.
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