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Diet Principles for 5 Stages of IgA Nephropathy

Diet Principles for 5 Stages of IgA Nephropathy

IgA nephropathy can be divided into 5 stages according to the clinical manifestations and severity of the illness and each stage has different diet principles. Stage I In this stage the symptoms are light; usually there are back pains, mild...Read More

Treating IgA Nephropathy from the Perspective of Immunology

Treating IgA Nephropathy from the Perspective of Immunology

The exact pathogenesis is not clear until now and its onset may be related to many factors. At present the more consistent view is that IgA nephropathy is glomerular disease caused by immune complex. From the perspective of immunology , mor...Read More

Common Symptoms and Complications of IgA Nephropathy

Common Symptoms and Complications of IgA Nephropathy

IgA nephropathy is also known as Bergers disease and it is a special kind of glomerulonephritis and it usually occurs to children and adolescent. The characteristic of the disease is the glomerular mesangial proliferation and there is depos...Read More

Effects of Fish Oil in Treating IgA Nephropathy

Effects of Fish Oil in Treating IgA Nephropathy

Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) can be found on animal cell membrane and it has important physiological functions. Human being lack the ability of synthetizing PUFA and the ability will be further weakened in case of illness, therefore f...Read More

How to Have Early Detection of IgA Nephropathy

How to Have Early Detection of IgA Nephropathy

IgA nephropathy , also known as Bergers disease, is a kidney disease with hematuria as its main clinical manifestation. If proper treatment is received in the early stage the prognosis will be better and if left untreated or improperly trea...Read More

Blood Urine - IgA Nephropathy

Blood Urine - IgA Nephropathy

Repeated blood urine is the typical clinical manifestation of IgA Nephropathy, a primary glomerular disease. According to clinical statistics, about 30% to 40% of IgA Nephropathy patients report they are suffering repeated gross hematuria,...Read More

What is the Proper Nutrition for IgA Nephropathy

What is the Proper Nutrition for IgA Nephropathy

There is no specific restriction on the amount of certain foods for IgA nephropathy patients, however in case of declined renal function; the diets should be low-salt, low-potassium, low-phosphorus, high-quality low-protein and high-vitamin...Read More

Preventive Cares for IgA Nephropathy

Preventive Cares for IgA Nephropathy

It is universally acknowledged that IgA nephropathy is a refractory chronic kidney disease and it has severely threatened our health, therefore we should know the preventive cares for it. 1. Prevention of catching cold. Cold is one risk fac...Read More

What are the Risk Factors of IgA Nephropathy

What are the Risk Factors of IgA Nephropathy

IgA nephropathy, also known as Bergers disease, is a primary glomerular disease. In the immunofluorescence of renal biopsy, there is deposition of large amount of IgA and IgA immune complex in mesangial area. Patients usually have repeated...Read More

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