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Hypertension and renal insufficiency

2017-05-07 19:07

Chronic renal insufficiency in recent years is regarded as a silent epidemic is worldwide spread relentlessly. The existing data show that the chronic kidney function is not a serious and growing problem. In this part of the crowd and there is a large part of development to end-stage uremia. Once into uremia, rely on dialysis or kidney transplantation is needed to maintain the life of the huge medical expenses, and patients with dialysis and kidney transplant survival than normal to be significantly reduced.

Hypertension is a common cause of kidney disease

Chronic renal insufficiency and hypertension are closely related, research shows that 15% of hypertension will be developed into uremia, blood pressure control and quality, directly affects the occurrence of uremia, development, treatment and prognosis. This is because like urinary system of the human body is a "waste water discharge system, plays an important role in in the process of maintaining the physiological balance of the body. And the kidney is an important organ in the urinary system, the central Ministry of like water treatment system, the kidney is very important for the body. In addition to harm of allergic inflammation and bacterial infection caused by the kidney, is more common clinical hypertension.

In general, hypertension is a relatively long process of kidney diseases. Pathological studies have shown that hypertension of kidney damage, mainly start from the small arteries, the early renal morphology and function and no obvious change. The first is the hardening of renal artery, stenosis, the progressive renal ischemia, some renal fibrosis hyalinization, and some normal nephron compensatory hypertrophy, with the continuous development of the disease, kidney grainy, cortical thinning, due to the destruction of the nephron, renal atrophy and renal dysfunction and development of uremia.

 

 

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