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What Are The Chronic Pyelonephritis Symptoms?

2017-08-26 17:53
Pyelonephritis can be pided into acute pyelonephritis and chronic pyelonephritis, most chronic pyelonephritis is caused by acute pyelonephritis, which is incomplete treated and recurrent attack. What are chronic pyelonephritis symptoms? Let's take a look at it.
Chronic pyelonephritis accounted for 7% ~ 20% of the total pyelonephritis, only half of the patients with acute pyelonephritis has the attack history. Clinical manifestation of this disease is complicated. The main performance is the true multiterminal of bacteria in the urine, only a small amount of white blood cells and  protein in urine, bacteria urine can be continuous or intermittent. The patient usually had the symptoms of recurrent urinary tract irritation.
Although chronic pyelonephritis symptoms are mild than acute pyelonephritis, change of urine is not obvious as acute pyelonephritis, with carefully check, there is percussion pain in the kidney area and point tenderness in the lumbocostal and other positive signs as well. When inflammation attacks the parenchyma of the kidney, hypertension, edema, and renal dysfunction can occur.
What are chronic pyelonephritis symptoms? Due to lesions of chronic pyelonephritis mainly in the renal medulla and papilla, the renal tubular function often is involved at the beginning, in the early mainly for the impairment of renal tubular function, such as polyuria caused by bad urinary concentrating function, decreased phenolsulfonphthalein excretion rate, even can cause loss of sodium and potassium nephropathy or renal tubular acidosis.
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