Does chronic smoking predispose you to kidney disease? Why not? perhaps an ischemic related injury from chronic ischemia would make sense. Or athrescloerotic disease that can be seen in the entire body affects the kidney vessels as well. There has been a Glomerulonephritis described in non diabetic smokers as well. A nice review is linked here from JASN in 2007.
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