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What are the causes of Iga nephropathy edema?

2017-08-07 17:45
Edema is a common symptom of Iga nephropathy patients, many patients will have swelling symptoms, but many patients don’t know why it will cause edema. What are the causes of Iga nephropathy edema? The following is a detailed introduction, for your reference.
Iga nephropathy is caused by renal function damage, leading to metabolic disorders. As Iga nephropathy patients drink plenty of water, but in oliguria period, resulting in excessive water in body can not be excreted, resulting in water overflowing in the skin and limbs, leading to Iga nephropathy edema; in addition, if Iga nephropathy patients often eat high-salt foods, it will lead to excessive salt in the body, resulting in the body produce a lot of water, water can not be excreted, resulting in the occurrence of edema.
What are the causes of Iga nephropathy edema? Glomerular acute inflammation, glomerular filtration rate was obviously reduced, but the renal tubular reabsorption is relatively good, so that loss of balance between the ball - tube, sodium, water in the renal tubular reabsorption is relatively increased and cause edema.
What are the causes of Iga nephropathy edema? When suffer from Iga nephropathy, patients often have a large number of proteinuria, long time may cause the lack of protein in the body, the formation of hypoproteinemia, decreased plasma colloid osmotic pressure, extracellular fluid retention in the tissue gap, causing edema.
What are the causes of Iga nephropathy edema? The above is a detailed introduction, there are many causes of Iga nephropathy edema, patients must pay attention to prevent the occurrence of edema. If you have any other questions, please consult our online doctor or leave us a message, we will reply to you as soon as possible.

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