Hypertensive Nephropathy is a common type of kidney disease, its harm can not be underestimated, including: low back pain, dizziness, general weakness, mental retardation, nausea and vomiting, sexual dysfunction and so on.
If not timely treatment or improper treatment, miss the best treatment time, it is likely to lead to the emergence of uremia, endangering the lives of patients.
Hypertension is very common in our lives. The pathological changes of hypertension itself include nephropathy. The pathological changes are called hypertensive nephropathy. Chronic diseases are persistent elevation of blood pressure, which leads to ischemia and atrophy of renal units. With the aggravation of the disease, arteriosclerosis of the kidney can be formed.
In the early stage, only nocturia, accompanied by microalbuminuria, followed by albuminuria. Some patients may have a small amount of red blood cell urine. Hypertension can lead to other organ complications: arteriosclerotic retinopathy, left ventricular hypertrophy, stroke. The course of the disease progresses slowly, a small number of them gradually develop into renal failure, and most of them suffer from impairment of renal function and abnormal urinary routine.
Malignant hypertension, hypertensive nephrosclerosis, malignant hypertension, diastolic pressure > 130mm mercury column, hematuria (microscopic hematuria or even gross hematuria), proteinuria, or even oliguria without urine, renal function test serum creatinine rapidly increased, can develop to uremia in the short term. Often accompanied by malignant hypertension and other organ damage, such as headache, drowsiness, convulsions, coma, blurred vision, visual loss or even blindness, heart enlargement, heart failure.
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