TABLE 5.

Percent Distribution of Primary Renal Disease in Children Resulting in Renal Transplantation

(3,673)%
Gender
    Male2,16859.0
    Female1,50440.9
Race and ethnicity
    White2,39165.1
    Black55115.0
    Hispanic53114.5
    Other2005.4
Diagnosis
    Obstructive uropathy60516.5
    Aplastic/hypoplastic/dysplastic kidneys60316.4
    Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis42611.6
    Reflux nephropathy2095.7
    Systemic immunologic disease1744.7
    Chronic glomerulonephritis1604.4
    Syndrome of agenesis of abdominal musculature1123.0
    Congenital nephrotic syndrome1032.8
    Hemolytic-uremic syndrome1012.7
    Polycystic kidney disease1002.7
    Medullary cystic disease/juvenile nephronophthisis942.6
    Cystinosis922.5
    Pyelonephritis/interstitial nephritis842.3
    Membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis type I842.3
    Familial nephritis832.3
    Renal infarct752.0
    Idiopathic crescentic glomerulonephritis651.8
    Membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis type II371.0
    Oxalosis290.8
    Membranous nephropathy230.6
    Wilms tumor220.6
    Drash syndrome200.5
    Sickle cell nephropathy50.1
    Diabetic nephropathy40.1
    Other2035.5
    Unknown1604.4
  • From Warady BA, Hebert D, Sullivan EK, Alexander SR, Tejani A. Renal transplantation, chronic dialysis, and chronic renal insufficiency in children and adolescents. The 1995 Annual Report of the North American Pediatric Renal Transplant Cooperative Study. Pediatr Nephrol. 1997;11:49–64.