In a contemporary cohort of FHHNC patients with CLDN19 mutations, females seemed to progress to CKD-stage 3 faster than males. Increased PTH levels at baseline may indicate a more severe renal course. There was high phenotype variability among patients with CLDN19 mutations and kidney function impairment differed even between siblings.
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