Category Diabetes and kidney

Diabetic nephropathy: symptoms, stages and treatment
Diabetes and kidney

Diabetic nephropathy: symptoms, stages and treatment

Diabetic nephropathy is the common name for most kidney diabetes complications. This term describes diabetic lesions of the filter elements of the kidneys (glomeruli and tubules), as well as the vessels that feed them. Diabetic nephropathy is dangerous in that it can lead to a terminal (terminal) stage of renal failure.

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Diabetes and kidney

Diabetes Diet for the Kidney

An article about a kidney diet for diabetes is one of the most important on our site. The information you read below will have a significant impact on the future course of your diabetes and its complications, including diabetic nephropathy. The diabetes diet for diabetes, which we suggest you try, is very different from the traditional recommendations.
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Diabetes and kidney

Diabetic nephropathy: symptoms, stages and treatment

Diabetic nephropathy is the common name for most kidney diabetes complications. This term describes diabetic lesions of the filter elements of the kidneys (glomeruli and tubules), as well as the vessels that feed them. Diabetic nephropathy is dangerous in that it can lead to a terminal (terminal) stage of renal failure.
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Diabetes and kidney

Renal artery stenosis

Stenosis means narrowing. Renal artery stenosis is a significant narrowing of the lumen of the blood vessels that feed the kidneys because of their blockage with atherosclerotic plaques. In elderly patients with type 2 diabetes, this is one of the common causes of the development of renal failure. Stenosis of the renal arteries also causes severe hypertension, which is practically not treatable.
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Diabetes and kidney

Diabetes kidney transplant

A kidney transplant is the best treatment option for patients with end-stage renal failure. After a kidney transplant, life expectancy is significantly increased compared with dialysis replacement therapy. This applies both to patients with diabetes and without it. At the same time, in Russian-speaking and foreign countries there is an increase in the difference between the number of kidney transplants performed and the number of patients awaiting transplantation.
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