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How Does Renal Parenchyma Disease Cause Hypertension

How Does Renal Parenchyma Disease Cause Hypertension

Renal diseases can be classified into parenchymal lesion and vascular lesion according which part of the kidneys are damaged. Renal parenchymal diseases refers to a clinical condition in which kidney tissues are scarred and damaged. Since r...Read More

Can CKD Affect the Patients Eye Sight

Can CKD Affect the Patients' Eye Sight

Patients of chronic kidney disease will have corresponding clinical symptoms such as proteinuria, hematuria, edema, high blood pressure. Sometimes especially in more advanced renal damages, there are not only symptoms and signs indicating r...Read More

How to Manage Kidney Pain

How to Manage Kidney Pain

Where is the location of kidney pain Since there are many causes of kidney pain and the location of the pain can be different. It can occur at the abdomen, lower back, flank, below the armpit or groin pain. The pains can be dull and persist...Read More

Can Kidney Damages Be Reversed

Can Kidney Damages Be Reversed

There are many factors that can cause kidney damages. It can be acute or chronic, primary, secondary or hereditary. Weather kidney damages can be reversed depends on several factors including the exact cause of renal damages, severity of re...Read More

Proteinuria and Kidney Diseases

Proteinuria and Kidney Diseases

Proteinuria is closely related with the kidneys and it is the typical symptom of chronic kidney diseases. Proteinuria means more than normal protein leakage in urine (more than 150mg). Though it has much to do with the renal glomerular filt...Read More

How to Better Cure Chronic Kidney Disease

How to Better Cure Chronic Kidney Disease

Many patients concern how long CKD can be cured because in most cases patients will suffer from recurrent symptoms such as edema, proteinuria, fluctuating blood pressure, etc even though they have achieved clinical remission. First we need...Read More

What Does Renal Atrophy Mean

What Does Renal Atrophy Mean

Renal atrophy is a term of pathological anatomy in which the kidney is smaller than the normal size by taking into accounts the patients age, gender, and height and body weight. Measuring of kidney size is of great clinical significances fo...Read More

Should There Be Bubbles in Urine

Should There Be Bubbles in Urine

For most people, sometimes it is common to notice bubbles in urine. Under normal circumstances, there are some organic and inorganic substances in the urine. In case of dehydration or rapid urination, there can be bubbles in urine. But if t...Read More

Treating Bilateral Renal Parenchymal Disease by Chinese Medicine

Treating Bilateral Renal Parenchymal Disease by Chinese Medicine

From the perspective of Chinese medicines, the root of renal parenchymal diseases are kidney deficiency while blood stasis, heat toxicity and phlegm turbidity are the branches. Chinese medicines aim at clearing blood stasis, draining heat t...Read More

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