HNF1B-associated renal and extra-renal disease–an expanding clinical spectrum

Pathogenic variants in the HNF1B gene are the most common monogenic cause of developmental kidney disease. Certified genetic counselor Katya Brossart discusses a 2015 review article from Nature Reviews Nephrology that remains relevant to anyone seeking to better understand this important contributor to an underdiagnosed condition. In this segment, learn more about the renal and extrarenal manifestations of HNF1B-associated disease and why genetic testing for HNF1B should be considered for all individuals with developmental kidney disease.

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