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 The kidneys are a pair of organs located in the back of the abdomen. Each kidney is about 4 or 5 inches long -- about the size of a fist.The kidneys' function are to filter the blood. All the blood in our bodies passes through the kidneys several times a day. The kidneys remove wastes, control the body's fluid balance, and regulate the balance of electrolytes.

  • Iga kidney disease alert the proteinuria damage

    Date:2018-01-11 11:01:37

    Proteinuria is a common symptom of IgA nephropathy , but if the proteinuria is not handled properly, it is easy to IgA nephropathy patients with very serious harm, so patients with IgA nephropathy should be alert to proteinuria injury. Here...

  • How long can you live with iga nephropathy?

    Date:2017-10-20 17:22:22

    IgA nephropathy symptoms vary from person to person, but if it is related to IgA nephropathy can live long on this issue, you have to mention uremia, because the arrival of uremia, often means that life is precarious, from the clinical data...

  • how to fight IgA nephropathy

    Date:2017-09-28 18:08:22

    Currently, the most effective method for treatment of IgA nephropathy is the choice of traditional Chinese medicine treatment。Western medicine can seize the time to control the inflammatory response of patients often show, but the essenti...

  • Iga nephropathy patients to do what diet plan?

    Date:2017-09-28 17:52:34

    What are the diet plans for patients with Iga nephropathy ? IgA nephropathy is now more common kidney disease, if you are in such a disease when the delay to the treatment of time, the disease will deteriorate, to the body will bring greate...

  • Are there IgA nephropathy patients with recurrent because no

    Date:2017-09-23 17:16:26

    What is recurrent Iga nephropathy? The following is a brief introduction to recurrent Iga nephropathy....

  • IGA kidney disease diet therapy should be how to distinguish

    Date:2017-09-23 17:03:23

    Hypertension is a common complication of diabetes and is a common manifestation of diabetic nephropathy. Hypertension can cause glomerulosclerosis, in the clinical stage of diabetic nephropathy (DN) to accelerate the progress of renal insuf...

  • What should the diet of Iga nephropathy of children notice?

    Date:2017-09-23 17:02:13

    Nowadays, more and more children with Iga nephropathy, parents and their patients in the treatment should not only pay attention to drug treatment, but also pay attention to diet. The symptoms of different causes are not the same, the diet...

  • How to grasp iga kidney disease diet appropriate and bogey?

    Date:2017-09-18 16:02:46

    How to grasp IgA kidney disease diet appropriate and bogey ? IgA nephropathy is caused by a group of multiple etiology with commonimmunopathologic features of chronic kidney disease, is a common glomerular disease in the world, its not very...

  • What are IgA kidney disease diet taboo?

    Date:2017-09-18 15:54:28

    What are IgA nephropathy diet taboo?For patients with kidney disease, in fact, there are many taboos in the diet, such as some of the kidney with irritating food, or will increase the burden of kidney food, will give patients serious injury...

  • Recommended iga kidney disease diet recipes

    Date:2017-09-18 15:36:32

    When IGA kidney disease, the diet on what? This is a lot of people have ignored the problem. Many people only focus on drugs, surgery and other treatment, not knowing that diet is also very critical, a reasonable diet on the rehabilitation...

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