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Dialysis is a life-saving procedure that replaces kidney functions when they fail to work adequately. There are two primary types: hemodialysis, which filters blood outside the body using a machine, and peritoneal dialysis, where the abdominal lining acts as a natural filter.

Dialysis helps remove waste and excess fluids from the body, improving the patient's well-being, but it's not a cure, and patients may require ongoing treatment or a kidney transplant. The choice between hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis depends on various factors, offering patients flexibility and independence in managing their condition effectively.