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Is renal parenchymal disease treatable?


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Renal parenchymal disease is the most common cause of secondary hypertension (excluding obesity and alcohol abuse), and is responsible for 2-5% of all cases of hypertension.

It means any disease affecting the tissue of the kidney.

In grade 2 renal parenchymal disease the kidneys produce stronger echo's on an ultrasounds that the surrounding organs. This is often seen during the start of kidney failure.

Renal parenchymal disease basically appear echogenic. There are three grades of renal parenchymal disease. Grade 1: the Kidney parenchyma is isoechoic to the liver, but there is still cortiomedullary differentiation. Grade 2: the kidney parenchyma is hyperechoic to the liver with preservation of corticomedullary differentiation. Grade 3: kidney appears hyperechoic. No corticomedullary differentiation!

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The treatment for renal parenchymal disease can include dialysis and kidney transplant in severe cases. If the disease is not in an advanced stage, then the main goal of treatment is to restrict the intake of salt or potassium and address symptoms like high blood pressure through diet and different medications. This disease causes scarring of the kidneys and can result in kidney failure.

Renal parenchymal echogenicity is the ability of the kidney to produce and echo. An echo is an ultrasound that is used for diagnosis. This can cause hypertension or high blood pressure.

Thyromegaly with diffuse parenchymal disease is a disease of the thyroid that causes goiter. Thyromegaly with diffuse parenchymal disease affects the functioning of the thyroid with many abnormalities.

This means disease of the kidney cells (nephrons) themselves. It usually implies less than optimal capacity to process waste (such as urinary creatinine).

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Kidney disease is called as Renal disease . There are many renal disease like renal hypertension, renal calculus or stones, renal tumours, renal infection etc

Parenchymal is a term used to cover any disease that impedes the function of the liver cells. Treatment depends on the diagnosis.

Diffuse thyroid parenchymal disease just means disease of the thyroid throughout the body of an organ. It is not a diagnosis, but only an observation based on thyroid ultrasound.

Thyroid parenchymal disease is a goiter. A goiter results from thyroid gland enlargement, causing swelling in the neck. This can result from both underactive thyroid and overactive thyroid.

Kidney and Renal are synonymous. Therefore, chronic kidney disease and chronic renal disease mean the same thing.

The end stage of renal disease is rather horrid for patients with end stage renal disease. Patients who suffer with end stage renal disease would in no way be able to continue with any form of daily life.

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