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Acute kidney injury (AKI) is associated with increased mortality, prolonged hospitalization, and renal replacement therapy. Until recently, it was believed that the vast majority of patients recover from AKI without subsequent consequences. It is now recognized that patients with AKI may have very different renal outcomes, including complete recovery, incipient and progressive chronic kidney disease, and endstage renal disease. Factors that influence these different outcomes have not beendoi:10.1159/000363707 pmid:25343816 fatcat:dtrefanqmbay5ljd3fiadmrqce