Disease of the kidneys which can be life-threatening.
Kidney damage caused by many years of high blood glucose level.
diseases of the kidney.
a disease affecting the kidneys
a chronic kidney disorder caused by abnormal deposits of the protein immunoglobulin A (IgA) inside the small blood vessels (glomeruli) of the kidney
a common cause of glomerulonephritis
a common condition causing blood in the urine (possibly in microscopic amounts that would not be detected visually)
a common disease involving IgA deposits in the renal mesangium
a common glomerular disease
a condition that causes chronic renal insufficiency (CRI), not usually acute renal failure (ARF)
a disease of the mucosal immune system
a focal glomerulonephritis with positive IF for IgA
a form of glomerular disease that results when immunoglobulin A (IgA) forms deposits in the glomeruli, where it creates inflammation
a form of glomerulonephritis
a kidney disorder caused by deposits of the protein immunoglobulin A (IgA) inside the glomeruli (filters) within the kidney
a kidney disorder characterized by blood in the urine
a kidney disorder occuring during childhood and young adulthood
a limited nonsystemic renal disease, many systemic diseases are sporadically associated with mesangial IgA deposition
an immune-complex mediated glomerulonephritis (inflammation of the kidney's filtering capillaries) defined by the presence of IgA deposits in the glomeruli, accompanied by a variety of histopathologic lesions
a relatively newly recognized disease, first describedby Resources of Scholarly Societies - Civil Engineering
Any inflammation or breakdown disorder of the kidney.
Disease of the kidneys. Hyperglycaemia and can damage the glomeruli of the kidneys. When the kidneys are damaged, protein leaks out into the urine. Damaged kidneys can no longer remove waste and extra fluids from the bloodstream.
A complication of diabetes that results from damage to the blood vessels in the kidney.
Kidney damage. This potentially life-threatening complication is the result of years of poorly controlled diabetes. Dialysis or a kidney transplant may become necessary.
diabetic kidney disease.
Kidney disease. [See: Fluoride & the Kidneys
Damage to the nephrons, or filtering portions, of the kidneys. Nephropathy is one of the possible long term complications of having diabetes. Nephropathy causes the kidneys to lose their filtering ablity. When this happens, some substances that should remain in the body are lost in the urine. In addition, some waste products are prevented from leaving the body as they should.
kidney damage. This condition can be life-threatening. when kidneys fail to function, dialysis (filtering blood through a machine) or kidney transplantation becomes necessary.
is any disease of the kidneys.
disease of the small units in the kidneys (nephrons) that clean the blood.
diabetic nephropathy is a disease resulting from the destruction of the kidney's delicate filtering system.
Abnormal functioning of the kidney.
Degenerative kidney disease that may occur in long-term diabetes. See Chapter 12.
Disease caused by damage to the small vessels of the kidneys. It results in loss of protein in the urine, high blood pressure and progressive kidney failure.
Kidney disease caused by Diabetes.
Any disease of the kidney.
A disease of the kidneys. Commonly accompanies later stages of diabetes mellitus; it begins with hyperfiltration, renal hypertrophy, microalbuminuria, and hypertension.
Nephropathy refers to damage to or disease of the kidney. An older term for this is nephrosis.