What is Hypertensive Nephropathy?

Date

03-10-2012

Author

abc

Hypertensive Nephropathy is benign renal artery nephrosclerosis (also called hypertensive renal arteriolosclerosis) and malignant renal artery nephrosclerosis caused by primary hypertension.
The early main symptoms of hypertensive nephropathy include night urine increased, followed by proteinuria. Individual patients will also have transient visual hematuria, but no obvious lumbago and often with arteriosclerotic retinopathy, coronary heart disease, heart failure , etc.
The course of disease is relatively slow. Most patients show the renal perennial mild damage and routine urine anomaly, and a few patients will slowly progress into renal failure. If patients with malignant hypertension, their diastolic pressure should be more than 16kpa (namely 120 MMHG), and the patients will be accompanied by obvious mental complication, hematuria, and renal function progressively declining.
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