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Two cases of acute nephritis turn into chronic nephritis

2017-08-14 18:00

Most patients don’t know the causes of chronic glomerulonephritis, and acute streptococcal infection after nephritis if without effective treatment, can also be converted to chronic glomerulonephritis.

Clinically the course of nephritis can be long or short. Some patients in the past without any history of nephritis, a few days suddenly appeared proteinuria, microscopic hematuria, edema, hypertension and other symptoms. The lack of clinical experience of doctors often diagnosed with acute glomerulonephritis, in fact, Some patients belong to chronic glomerulonephritis at the onset of disease, this is related to the transformation of acute glomerulonephritis into chronic glomerulonephritis.

Two cases of acute nephritis turn into chronic nephritis are as follows:

First, slow progress or hidden progress.

Early onset of no obvious clinical symptoms, only a small amount of protein or red blood cells is seen in urine, or clinical recovery after a few years or decades only to find clinical symptoms and kidney damage, and gradually increased until the chronic glomerulonephritis, and even the development of uremia disease.

The second, rapid progress:

Acute glomerulonephritis in the course of the disease although after treatment, but the clinical symptoms have not been alleviated, but progressively increase, in the early onset of renal insufficiency, it develops into chronic glomerulonephritis in a few months to several years, and eventually enters the stage of renal failure.

Two cases of acute nephritis turn into chronic nephritis

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