What Are The Reasons for Nephrotic Syndrome
What is Nephrotic Syndrome? What are the reasons for Nephrotic Syndrome? Experts say that Nephrotic Syndrome is a group of clinical symptoms caused by various reasons, among which is Chronic Nephritis. In the following content, we will introduce this disease and its causes in detail.
Nephrotic Syndrome is a kind of stubborn disease, which has difficulty in treatment in clinic. Nephrotic Syndrome is not the name of a disease. Actually, it is a group of clinical symptoms caused by various causes. The basic features are high proteinuria, hypoproteinemia, edema and hyperlipidemia which are called the symptom of “Three Highs and One Low”. Then what are the causes for Nephrotic Syndrome?
Nephrotic Syndrome can be divided into two types: Primary and Secondary. Primary Nephrotic Syndrome is the most common cause of manifestation of Primary Glomerulus Disease. However, there are more causes for Secondary Nephrotic Syndrome, such as Diabetic Nephropathy, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Nephritis, infections and drugs. Besides, there are more pathologies in Primary Nephrotic Syndrome, such as Minimal Change Nephrotic Disease, Focal Segmental Kidney Disease, and Membranous Nephropathy.
Nephrotic Syndrome means that because of self-regulating mechanism dysfunction, large quantities of immune complexes deposit in different inherent cell areas and attract inflammatory mediators, causing inflammation. Now glomerular basement membrane gets damaged, leading to the increase of permeability and the occurrence of proteinuria. Simple hormone treatment can relieve symptoms but it can not repair the basement membrane. In treatment, we can adopt Chinese and western medicine, that is, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. This therapy mainly aims at the repair of damaged renal basement membrane.
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