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How long does it take from acute nephritis to chronic nephritis?

2017-11-23 17:36

Nephritis, I believe many people have heard, and also feel that it is not strange, including the fear of nephritis, you have heard, what diabetic nephropathy, nephrotic syndrome, renal failure, uremia, etc., may be developed from nephritis.

How long does it take from acute nephritis to chronic nephritis?

As you all know, the disease has chronic and acu:te points, nephritis is no exception. There have been patients asking: is chronic kidney disease transformed from acute? However, many people think so too. Generally speaking, chronic diseases are formed by the accumulation of time. But in fact, they don't have much relevance.

Chronic nephritis is a variety of bacteria, virus infection, caused by immune mechanisms and mediators of inflammation factors and non immune mechanism of the disease, but acute nephritis indeed because of diffuse glomerular inflammation caused by hemolytic streptococcus infection generally occurs in the scarlet fever, tonsillitis, pharyngitis and other diseases, can also occur after purulent skin disease.

Chronic glomerulonephritis is a group of glomerular diseases characterized by multiple etiologies of chronic glomerular lesions. Generally speaking, the course of acute nephritis lasting for more than one year will become chronic nephritis, but this is not absolute. According to the study, only 15% to 20% of the patients changed from acute glomerulonephritis to chronic nephritis.

So, you don't think all chronic diseases are caused by acute diseases, all chronic diseases have experienced the process of acute.

 

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