An early and exact diagnosis of IgA Nephropathy can contribute to better treatment effects. In our hospital, except for regular diagnostic tests of IgA Kidney Disease, we have series of immune tests as below:
1. Hematuria position
▪ Glomerular hematuria: flow urinary sediment non-uniformity red blood cells;
urinary red blood cells form deformation (red blood cells>75%); ALB/UTP
▪ Non-Glomerular hematuria: flow urinary sediment uniformity red blood cells;
urinary red blood cells form deformation (red blood cells<50%); ALB/UTP
▪ Mixed hematuria: both non-uniformity red blood cells and uniformity red
blood cells are detected in the urine.
2. Series of Kidney Damage Tests
It may include: UTP, U-malb, U-TRF, U-IGG, β 2-microglobulin,
α1-microglobulin, κ light chain, λ light chain, U- NAG, U-GGT, and Uosm.
Aims: 1) judge whether patient's kidney has been damaged; 2) the injured
part: glomerulus or renal tubules; 3) severity of the damage which can instruct
the medicine choice; 4) instruct the medicine use in clinic.
3. Uremic toxins tests
Check items include BUN, Creatinine, UA, β 2-microglobulin, CycC, RBP, HCY,
Aims: 1) make the toxic accumulation in patient's body clear; 2) instruct the
choice of immune clearance method.
4. Series of Complement Tests
It can make the activation of completes clear, and it is the index of
disease. Check items include C3, C4, CH50, C1q, B factor. The decrease of C3,
C4, CH50, C1q indicate the activation of classical pathway, and the decrease of
C3 and B factor suggests the activation of side pathway.
If you have been diagnosed with IgA Kidney Disease, we're here to help. You
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