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Detection of glomerulonephritis disease

Sep 11, 2017

Glomerulonephritis, also known as nephritis. Occurs in the bilateral renal glomerular allergic disease. Glomerulonephritis is a common kidney disease, pided into acute and chronic two. Acute nephritis acute onset, short duration, occur in 4 to 14 years old children, men than women. The disease occurred after streptococcal infection, most cases 2 to 3 weeks ago had pharyngitis, tonsillitis and other precursor infection, but the degree of infection and whether there is no parallel between the incidence.

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Microscopic examination: through the urine protein qualitative, urine sediment microscopy, you can initially determine whether there is glomerular lesions exist.

Urine routine examination: urine generally no abnormalities, urinary protein is generally not much, urinary sediment in the white blood cells (acute phase often covered with vision, chronic phase of 5 / high power field), and sometimes can be white tube type.

Urine bacterial examination: When the urine contains a large number of bacteria, due to urinary sediment coating for Gram stain inspection, about 90% can find bacteria. This method is simple, positive rate is high.

Urine count: In recent years, more than 1 hour counting method, that is more accurate than 12 hours urine sediment count and simple. The standard is the number of white blood cells greater than 300,000 / hour is positive, less than 200,000 / hour can be considered normal range, between 20 to 300,000 / hour should be combined with clinical judgment; red blood cells greater than 100,000 / hour positive.

Glomerular nephritis creatinine affect the patient's kidney health, once the emergence of glomerulonephritis disease we do not ignore the treatment, to timely diagnosis and timely treatment, so as to be able to get some early rehabilitation, and strive to make each kidney small Psoriatic disease patients early Kang.

Detection of glomerulonephritis disease

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