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3 symptoms of polycystic kidney disease

2017-07-10 17:32
Polycystic kidney should be treated as early as possible, so as to achieve early treatment, it is necessary to understand the symptoms of polycystic kidney disease, so as to achieve early detection. Next, let's look at the 3 common symptoms of polycystic kidney disease.
Symptoms of polycystic kidney: pain in the renal region
Often oppressive or dull pain on the back of the waist, also have severe pain, and sometimes abdominal pain. Pain may be aggravated by physical activity, long walking time, and prolonged sitting, which can be alleviated after a period of rest. Renal hemorrhage, stone movement or infection are also causes of sudden pain.
Symptoms of polycystic kidney: hematuria
About half of the patients suffer from microscopic hematuria and have paroxysmal gross hematuria, which is caused by rupture of the vessel wall of the cyst. Long blood clots can cause colic when the blood clots pass through the ureter. Hematuria is often accompanied by WBC and proteinuria, less urine protein. When kidney infection pyuria obviously, hematuria increased, back pain and fever.
Symptoms of polycystic kidney disease: hypertension
Hypertension is a common manifestation of ADPKD. Hypertension occurs in about half of the patients before serum creatinine is increased, which is related to the compression of the surrounding tissues and the activation of the renin angiotensin aldosterone system. In patients with hypertension, cyst growth is rapid, which can directly affect prognosis. Therefore, high blood pressure should be attached great importance to.
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3 symptoms of polycystic kidney disease

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