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What is nephritis and why is it difficult to treat

admin TAGS:What is neph 2017-09-14 14:26

What is nephritis and why is it difficult to treat? Nephritis is inflammatory lesions that mainly occurred in the kidney, according to the time can be pided into chronic nephritis and acute nephritis. why is it difficult to treat?

Acute nephritis is an acute disease caused by allergic reactions after microbial infection, is one of the common kidney disease. The disease is more acute, microbial infection, there will be abnormal urine, hypertension, edema and a series of performance. Chronic nephritis is a group of primary glomerular diseases, the main clinical manifestations of hematuria, proteinuria, hypertension and edema, is one of the common kidney disease.

If it is acute nephritis, can be completely cured. If it is chronic nephritis or other nephritis, it is difficult to cure. First of all, to determine what kind of nephritis, it is best to go to the hospital to do a kidney biopsy, and then do a 24 hour urine protein quantitative comparison. Know the disease, symptomatic treatment, you can effectively treat nephritis.

The above is the relevant introduction of the "what is nephritis and why is it difficult to treat" , for reference only. We must advance to prevent nephritis, to understand the early symptoms of nephritis, if you have any questions about nephritis, you can leave a message below. We can discuss it together.

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