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Pathology of primary glomerulonephritis

2017-03-16 10:50

Primary nephritis is an independent disease, is a kind of pathological changes of glomerulonephritis. Glomerular nephritis is a kind of reactive inflammation, which is characterized by glomerular damaged, the clinical symptoms are hematuria, proteinuria and edema. But many people don't know much about it. So, what is the pathology of primary nephritis?


Primary nephritis pathology is divided into five categories:


1, small lesions: small lesions do not appear gross hematuria, does not develop into chronic renal insufficiency, unless converted into focal stage sclerosis.


2, mesangial proliferation: proliferative changes such as mesangial proliferation can be manifested as acute nephritic syndrome after infection.


3, mesangiocapillary: this type accounted for about 10% in China's primary nephrotic syndrome, treatment is difficult, hormone and cytotoxic drug therapy have not much effect, With the traditional Chinese medicine treatment in our hospital can alleviate  5-10 years of the condition of uremic.


4, membranous nephropathy: this type is more common in elderly patients with nephrotic syndrome, accounted for about 30% in adult primary nephrotic syndrome, a slow onset, it is easily to occur thrombosis and embolism, often appear renal damage in the pathogenesis of 5~10 years later. Western medicine treatment method is not effective, can only use traditional Chinese medicine.


5, focal segmental glomerulosclerosis: some patients with this type of kidney disease can be transformed from a small disease. This condition is difficult to treat, western medicine is generally no way, Chinese medicine can ease the condition.


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