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The patients with cardiorenal anemic syndrome are considered to be the most serious ones with a high cardiorenal risk related to mutual negative impact of severe pathological conditions. The presence of cardiorenal anemic syndrome in diabetic patients exacerbates the forecast for life quality and requires personal approach to the treatment.
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