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How to Diagnose Kidney Infections

How to Diagnose Kidney Infections

To make it simple, kidney infection is inflammation in the kidneys. It is one relatively serious renal disorder and will cause irreversible renal damages and progress into chronic renal failure if not treated timely. Two of the most common...Read More

What is Glomerular Disease

What is Glomerular Disease

Glomerular disease, also known as glomerulopathy, means the location of renal damages is in the renal glomeruli. To know what glomerular disease is, we need first make clear what is glomerulus and what are the functions of glomeruli. The ba...Read More

Kidney Diseases in Women

Kidney Diseases in Women

The physiological characteristics in women determine that they are more susceptible to some kidney diseases such as pyelonephritis and lupus nephritis while men are more susceptible to acute glomerulonephritis and nephrotic syndrome. The co...Read More

Can I Get Rid of a Kidney Infection Without Doctor

Can I Get Rid of a Kidney Infection Without Doctor

When infectious germs enter into the body and circulate into the kidneys, it will cause congestion, edema and inflammatory reactions. As a result the renal tissues and structures will be damaged and patients will have a series of symptoms s...Read More

Should Patients with Nephritis Avoid Eggs

Should Patients with Nephritis Avoid Eggs

Eggs are common foods in our diets. But when one gets Nephritis, should he/she avoid eating eggs? Is eating eggs good or harmful for patients with Nephritis? Nutrients from eggs Eggs are one of the nutrient sources for human beings. It can...Read More

Pathological Types of Chronic Glomerulonephritis (GN)

Pathological Types of Chronic Glomerulonephritis (GN)

Chronic Glomerulonephritis (GN) is actually a broad name referring to the various types of chronic inflammation on glomerular cells. Glomerular cells normally prevent proteins and red blood cells from leaking into urine. People with glomeru...Read More

What Is the Harm of High Blood Pressure in Nephritis

What Is the Harm of High Blood Pressure in Nephritis

High blood pressure is one of the symptoms of Nephritis and although it occurs because of kidney damages in Nephritis, it should not be ignored as it plays an important role for Nephritis patients life. Well then, what is the harm of high b...Read More

Treatment for Chronic Interstitial Nephritis

Treatment for Chronic Interstitial Nephritis

Interstitial Nephritis is a kidney disorder characterized by swelling in between renal tubules. Main job of the kidneys is to filter bloodstream. Renal tubules function to reabsorb water and important organic substances from the kidney filt...Read More

What Diseases will Easily Cause Nephritis in Summers

What Diseases will Easily Cause Nephritis in Summers

The human health and diseases have much to do with seasons and climates especially at the transition of seasons due to changes of temperature, humidity and pressure, etc. Then what are the diseases that will easily cause nephritis in summer...Read More

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