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What is the process of hypertension to chronic renal failure?

What is the process of hypertension to chronic renal failure?Hypertension has a close relation to chronic renal failure. Hypertension would induce damage to kid

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What is the process of hypertension to chronic renal failure?

Hypertension has a close relation to chronic renal failure. Hypertension would induce damage to kidneys then slowly develop to chronic renal failure. The reason of hypertension inducing renal failure is mainly due to the primary hypertension causes benign arteriolar sclerosis and malignant arteriolar sclerosis.

Once there is kidney damage, it has little chance to come back. And hypertension is always accompanied with cardiovascular diseases such as heart and brain fundus, not with typical nephropathy symptoms like back pain.

What is the process of hypertension to chronic renal failure?

Hypertensive renal damage progressed slowly, only few will develop into renal failure. In the early stage, the patients would appear a small amount of albuminuria. While the majority will suffer mild damage to kidney function and the abnormal urinary routine. If malignant hypertensive patients occurs diastolic blood pressure (low pressure) which exceeds 120mmHg, with obvious cardio cerebro complication and fast development, a large amount of proteinuia with hematuria, progressive renal failure, the disease can get a good clinical effect on the Traditional Chinese Medicine treatment.

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