According to the clinical researches, most patients of Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) have family medical history. So, people who have the family medical history of this disease, should pay attention to the manifestations of PKD in order to find it early and treat it in time. The main clinical manifestations of PKD are different according to different patients. The common clinical manifestations are as follows:
1, pain of waist or abdomen: it is the first symptom for most patients. It
can be continuous or paroxysmal and this manifestation will get serious when
patients are tired.
2, hematuria: it is usually one of the first symptoms for about half of the
patients. It is intermittent and painless gross hematuria.
3, abdominal mass: it can be mostly felt at the midsection of both sides, and
the size of the lumps is different.
4, there may be Hypertension companied with dizziness and headache
5, proteinuria: when the cysts enlarge gradually, they will damage the renal
inherent cells and lead to the damage of the function of renal cells and
glomerulus. The protein will leak out from the glomerulus.
6, hypertension: with the development of this disease, many patients will
have the symptom of hypertension. In return, the hypertension will accelerate
the development of this disease.
Usually, patients can take routine examinations to find this disease, such as
X-ray, B-Ultrasonic, nuclear magnetic resonance, CT and so on.
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