For patients with Polycystic Kidney Disease (hereinafter called PKD), they have to face a frustrating problem. That is, their cysts relapse frequently after taking cyst decortications or tapping. As we know, cyst decortications and tapping are the traditional method to treat PKD in western medicine. Though they can eliminate the big cyst, small cyst can grow rapidly without those big cysts’ pressure. Hence, cyst decortications and tapping are just makeshift to treat PKD to some extent,. Then is there any effective measure which can treat this disease and reduce patients suffering? To figure out this, we make such an special instruction as below to present cysts pathological agent and the therapy to avoid its relapse.
Autosomal dominant cystic genes make phenotype of kidney tubule epithelial
cell transfer into the epithelial cell of cysts wall which can secrete sac
liquid constantly. The secretion can propel cysts grow gradually and normal
nephrones get replaced by them. In this case, the barrier function of
glomerulus, can decrease correspondingly, so does the function of kidney tubule
concentration, reabsorption and regulation. Hence, outer symptoms, such as
Proteinuria and Occult Hematuria, appears in urine routine test. But the focus
locates in the epithelial cell of kidney tubule.
So we need to take western medicine to treat outer symptoms, meanwhile, we
adopt Micro-Chinese Medicine to treat cysts radically. That is, the active
ingredient entering the kidney will extinguish cysts' epithelial cells and
forfeit its secretion function and prevent sac liquid to further secrete, also
cysts will stop growing. But cysts exist already, we cannot keep it stay here,
consequently, we use drugs to improve blood circulation permeability on the
cysts surface, and reabsorb the sac liquid, then through metabolism discharge
them out of body by urine. This is the radical treatment to cyst and the disease
will not relapse generally.
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