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What are the symptoms of hypertensive kidney damage?

2017-08-23 18:07
What are the symptoms of hypertensive kidney damage? Hypertensive renal damage is  hypertensive nephropathy, the causes of hypertensive renal damage varied with primary and secondary branch, primary hypertension is a kind of blood pressure as the main clinical manifestations and etiology of the disease is not clear yet independent; secondary hypertension and symptomatic hypertension, clear etiology in these diseases in hypertension is only one of the clinical manifestations of the disease, blood pressure can be temporary or permanent.
What are the symptoms of hypertensive kidney damage? The age of onset of essential hypertension is generally 25~45 years, while hypertension is associated with kidney damage, and the age at which the symptoms are present is generally 40~60 years. The earliest symptom may be nocturia, which reflects an ischemic lesion in the renal tubules, and the concentrating function of urine begins to decrease. Proteinuria is then present, indicating that the glomerulus has undergone lesions. The degree of proteinuria is generally mild to moderate (+ or + +), 24 hour urinary protein quantitative is generally not more than 2 grams, but there is a minority of patients with massive proteinuria. Microscopic examination of the urine showed red blood cells and tubular types. Inpidual patients had transient gross hematuria due to rupture of the glomerular capillaries. Studies have shown that renal function in untreated hypertensive patients is significantly lower than in patients without hypertension.
What are the symptoms of hypertensive kidney damage? The above content is detailed, to understand the symptoms of hypertensive kidney damage, you can detect the occurrence of the disease in time, leading to early treatment, to avoid disease progression.

 What are the symptoms of hypertensive kidney damage

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