Is it possible for a human to only have one kidney as a birth defect?

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Is it possible to synthesize human kidney by biotechnology?

It is possible to regenerate (synthesize) kidneys if appropriate template is available. The procedure is called Tissue engineering wherein ,scientists try to grow the entire o

What happens if you have only one kidney?

As long as the kidney you have is functioning properly, it is possible to not even know you only have one. As anyone that has donated a kidney should be able to testify, if it

What is it called when you have only one kidney?

what is it called when you only have one kidney?. well i have something to say i was born with only one kidney and i still don't. know what is is called! Can someone please

Why is it possible to have only one kidney?

The body needs to purge the "impurities" it obtains by way of consumption of liquid and food. By doing this the kidneys through diffusion of certain substances, mainly salt or
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How can humans survive with only one kidney?

Simple - humans only need half of one kidney to provide all the blood filtration necessary to maintain life. Having one whole kidney provides a 100% reserve in case of infecti