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What is the symptoms of renal hypertension?

2017-08-16 18:14
Renal hypertension is mainly elevated blood pressure caused by renal parenchymal lesions and renal artery disease, renal hypertension is a secondary hypertension. Renal hypertension is closely related to the kidney of human body, it is very common for patients with kidney disease, what are the symptoms of renal hypertension? The following is a detailed introduction.
Renal hypertension often has proteinuria, hematuria and anemia, glomerular filtration dysfunction, decreased creatinine clearance and other symptoms when blood pressure is found to be high. Primary hypertension rarely has obvious proteinuria, hematuria, renal dysfunction, First of all, begin with the renal tubular enrichment function, glomerular filtration function can remain long-term normal or enhanced until the final stage of glomerular filtration, serum creatinine rise.
What are the symptoms of renal hypertension? Renal hypertension generally occurs before the age of 30 years, or after the age of 50 years, characterized by sudden hypertension or abrupt onset of hypertension. Renal hypertension generally has short course of disease, rapid progress, diastolic blood pressure is particularly evident, often accompanied by lower back or rib abdominal pain, drug treatment is invalid.
What are the symptoms of renal hypertension? The above is a detailed introduction, we hope to help. Renal hypertension has great harm on the human body, must not be ignored, if there are related symptoms, it is necessary to immediately take treatment.

What is the symptoms of renal hypertension

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