Hypertensive nephropathy

What is Hypertensive nephropathy?

Hypertensive nephropathy is a medical condition referring to damage to the kidney due to chronic high blood pressure. It should be distinguished from "renovascular hypertension", which is a form of secondary hypertension

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i hAVE PROTEIN IN URINE 2+ ,CREATIN IS 1.1 ,BP IS 130/100 KINDLY SUGGEST ANY MEDICINES TO CONTROL PROTEIN...

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Dear doctor, I am 42 years old. Height is 165 CMs., with a weight of 73 Kgs. Recently I could find a high Albumin Vs.Creatinine ratio in the Urine...

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Hello and thank you for your query.

From the history provided it seems that you might be having hypertensive nephropathy. This is a condition in...

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My creatine went up to 1.5 3/11/11. I stopped taking 50mg lisinopril today.My Bp is 122/68 .I have a salty taste in my mouth and on my skin.My...

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1. High creat can be due to BPH or due to Hypertensive nephropathy, its just high...

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