Hypertension,commonly called high blood pressure,is a chronic medical condition in which the blood pressure in the arteries is elevated. As it worsens,it will cause many serious problems. Here the article will analyze the kidney lesions and other organ damage,hoping can help you learn more about your disease,taking better care of yourself or the one you love. Online Doctor can offer you more information directly and quickly.
The occurrence rate of Hypertensive Nephropathy is closely related to the severity and duration of high blood pressure. Other possible influencing factors,including Gender,race,diabetes,hyperlipidemia and hyperuricemia,will influence each other,and aggravate the renal lesions further. In fact,male is easier to be effected than women.
about 90–95% of cases are categorized as "primary hypertension" which means high blood pressure with no obvious underlying medical cause. Patients will suffer from it at their age of 25-45n years old. And the clinical symptoms of renal damage caused by hypertension will appear in their 40-60years.
Its early symptom may be increased urination,which shows the ischemic lesions of kidney tubules. And then the urine concentration function will also reduced and protein will also leakage with urine. All of these show the glomerular lesions.
At the same time,as the Hypertensive Nephropathy worsens,patients’ systemic multiple systems and complications will be effected and damaged badly,especially the cardio-cerebrovascular complications. With the disease worsens,CVD (Cardiovascular Disorder) will become a key factor of prognosis. Besides,retina arteriosclerosis is also common during Hypertensive Nephropathy.
So it is necessary for patients to take timely and effective treatments to control and relieve their own disease. Conservative treatments are recommended to be used to prevent the renal lesions. Maybe Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is more suitable for your disease condition.
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