What are the Causes of Kidney Shrinkage and How to Deal It2016-10-25 16:07
Kidney Shrinkage is commonly found out by ultrasound and occurs with different kidney diseases such as Renal Failure, chronic glomerulonephritis, congenital renal agenesis, etc. If kidneys shrink seriously, they can’t do their job normally.
Then, what are the causes of kidney shrinkage?
For patient with kidney shrinkage, he should first consider congenital renal agenesis.
If only one kidney is shrunk but the other is normal, the patients can still live a normal life, otherwise, some symptoms will appear.
The second cause is kidney disease such as Renal Failure and Chronic Glomerulonephritis.
Kidney shrinkage is linked closely with kidney function, that is to say, with loss of kidney function, kidney will be smaller.
Nephrotuberculosis and renal artery stenosis are also the causes of kidney shrinkage.
When people are diagnosed with these diseases, they should also pay attention to kidney shrinkage. However, to the person who doesn’t do exam regularly, they may miss the best time to get treatment.
How to deal with kidney shrinkage?
In fact, after the kidney goes to shrunk, it is unable to reverse it. So for patients with kidney shrinkage, they need to take proper treatment timely to prevent the kidney get further damage, thus to stop the kidney from shrinkage.
Here i recommend Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to you, it is one of the most effective treatment of kidney disease. With the help of this treatment, the patient with kidney shrinkage can prevent their kidneys goes to shrunk by repairing the damaged kidneys and protecting the residual ones from further damage.
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