There are many things that can cause edema. Some of these things include pregnancy, kidney disease, heart failure, lung disease, thyroid disease, malnutrition, and some medications.
Many different things can cause Kidney disease but diabete and high blood pressure are the main cause. It can be cured if detected early and simple urinary test can tell if you have the disease. Find out more information here http://www.nkdep.nih.gov/patients/.
Bright's Disease affects the kidney, including the nephrons and glomeruli. However, Bright's Disease is but one of many which affect the glomeruli of the kidney.
Kidney diseases (nephropathies) are quite common. Some of them are:- AKD (acute kidney disease), often due to physical trauma or ischema (blood starvation)- CKD (chronic kidney disease), often caused by diabetes, lupus, hypertension, but also often idiopathic (ie. cause is unknown). There are many types of CKD. Unfortunately, more often than not, CKD leads to ESRD (End-Stage Renal Disease), and dialysis or a transplant is required- kidney cancer- kidney stones- PKD - polycystic kidney disease- IgA nephropathy (Berger's disease).
Many non-oral diseases, such as lung infections, kidney failure, or severe liver disease, can also cause bad breath, though rarely
Kidney disease is called as Renal disease . There are many renal disease like renal hypertension, renal calculus or stones, renal tumours, renal infection etc
It depends on the decease, many can be managed with medication
Yes,Polycystic kidney disease causes many cysts (fluid-filled sacs) to develop in the kidneys. The most common type is an inherited condition called autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD). With ADPKD, problems commonly do not develop until the age of 30-50, with some people never developing any problems. The two common problems that develop are high blood pressure and kidney failure. About half of people with ADPKD develop kidney failure requiring dialysis or a kidney transplant by the age of 60.
2 million people are diagnosed with kidney disease each year, and a few thousand die of it or complications.
The exact cause of kidney cancer is unknown but injesting to many chemical preservitives may be a factor.
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