The end-stage symptoms of hypertensive nephropathy2017-09-28 17:29
Hypertensive nephropathy is caused by benign small arterial nephropathy and malignant atherosclerosis caused by essential hypertension. What are the hypertensive nephropathy symptoms? Let the experts let us explain it in detail.
1. Hypertensive nephropathy usually occurs in the 40 ~ 50 years old, 5 to 10 years of history of hypertension. Hypertensive nephropathy symptoms are pided into early and late, under normal circumstances, hypertensive nephropathy symptoms in the early stages is not easy to be found.
2. Hypertensive nephropathy slow process, some renal failure patients with most of the renal function of mild, abnormal urine. Hypertensive patients need more than 16Kpa diastolic blood pressure, accompanied by significant and rapid development of cerebrovascular complications, often accompanied by hematuria, renal function gradually decreased.
hypertensive nephropathy symptoms
3. Early hypertensive nephropathy can occur overnight enuresis, and then the occurrence of proteinuria, blood capillary burst, hematuria due to excessive symptoms caused by hematuria, often accompanied by arteriosclerotic retinopathy, left ventricular hypertrophy, coronary heart disease, heart failure, Cerebral arteriosclerosis and stroke.
The above is to explain the symptoms of hypertensive end-stage renal disease related to the introduction of hope that hypertensive patients can control the disease, prevent the deterioration of hypertensive nephropathy. Hypertension patients with certain symptoms require medical care, so as not to delay the disease.
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