Acute glomerulonephritis, more common in children2017-01-24 16:50
Acute glomerulonephritis, more common in children, and more men than women. Often caused by a cold, because acute nephritis and cold pathogenic bacteria are the same, hemolytic streptococcus infection.
Clinically, edema, oliguria, hematuria and hypertension were the main manifestations of patients before the onset often have colds, tonsillitis or purulent skin infections such as precursor disease, the disease is one of the most common pediatric kidney disease. Common in children aged 3-8 years old, 2 years of age are extremely rare. The prognosis is generally good, the course of disease is 6 months to 1 years, the development of chronic nephritis is only a few. A small number of children in the first 1 weeks of onset of severe symptoms, such as hypertensive encephalopathy, renal insufficiency, heart failure, and so on, should pay great attention to the disease.