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Hypertensive nephropathy

Hypertensive nephropathy is a disease with benign arteriolar nephrosclerosis (also known as hypertensive arteriosclerosis) and malignant arteriolar nephrosclerosis caused by essential hypertension, accompanied by corresponding clinical manifestations. High blood pressure increases the blood pressure in the blood vessels, which can make the protein leak out. Once the protein leaks out, it will damage the filter screen system of the kidney and cause a vicious circle. The diagnosis was made according to the etiology, medical history, clinical manifestations and various laboratory examinations.

Symptoms

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