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What are the symptoms of hypertensive nephropathy?

  High blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes are the most susceptible diseases in the elderly. Hypertensive Nephropathy is a kind of severe complication that caused by high blood pressure. Every one should pay attention to the prevention of hypertensive nephropathy. Hypertensive nephropathy prevention requires understanding of the clinical symptoms. So what are the symptoms of hypertensive nephropathy?

  1. Cardiovascular symptoms

  Due to hypertension in serious condition, retinopathy of atherosclerosis, left ventricular hypertrophy,cerebral arteriosclerosis, coronary heart disease, heart failure, cerebral arteriosclerosis and other symptoms will occur.

  2. Abnormal Urine

  Patients with hypertensive nephropathy often suffer from mild to moderate proteinuria. 24-hour urine protein is between 1.5g-2.0g. The injure on patients' renal tubular function is more serious than the damage on renal glomerulus. Meanwhile have the bloody urine, increased urid acid, obstacle on urine concentration and urine dilution etc.

  3. Decreased renal function

  For malignant hypertension patients, diastolic pressure is higher than 160Kpa (120mmHg). With obvious cardio-cerebral complication and rapid development. Often accompanied with macroalbuminuria, bloody uria and Progressive loss of renal function.

  4. Long duration

  Hypertensive nephropathy progression is slow, a few cases may develop to kidney failure. Most of the patients can maintain the kidney function with mild injury and abnormal urine.

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