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What is PKD?

  What is PKD?

  

 

  Polycystic kidney disease is a hereditary kidney disorder, which accounts for about 5%---10% in the renal dysfunction at final stage. As the age increases, the cyst gradually increases. The first symptoms are: low back pain, high blood pressure and kidney abnormal results of B Ultrasound. If not in time to control, renal cysts continue to increase, which presses the surrounding renal function and causes its damage, and thus start the process of renal fibrosis. Early performance of urine testing is proteins and blood cells appearing in urine; If the process of renal fibrosis has not been effectively stopped, there will be a rise in serum creatinine or decreased glomerular filtration rate, and ultimately develop into end-stage renal failure.

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