Renal Parenchymal Disease is one the common types of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). Renal parenchymal refers to the part that is mainly up with glomeruli and renal tubules. Is bilateral renal parenchymal disaease grade III treatable?
What does bilateral Renal Parenchymal Disease grade III mean?
Renal Parenchymal Disease basically appear echogenic. There are three grades of Renal Parenchymal Disease.
Grade 1: the Kidney parenchyma is isoechoic to the liver, but there is still cortiomedullary differentiation.
Grade 2: the kidney parenchyma is hyperechoic to the liver with preservation of corticomedullary differentiation.
Grade 3: kidney appears hyperechoic. No corticomedullary differentiation!
What are the symptoms of bilateral Renal Parenchymal Disease grade III?
The functioning units in the renal parenchyma are responsible forming urine and filtering blood waste. When this renal part is damage, patients are possible to have:
-Swelling in hands, legs or ankles, etc.
-Urine changes (foamy or bubbly urine; blood in urine, making it red, dark brown or tea-colored)
-Sleep disorder due to restless legs and muscle cramping.
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Is Bilateral Renal Parenchymal Disease grade III treatable?
Yes, of course. Our hospital, Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital is kidney disease specialized hospital in China. We have almost 30 years of experience and clinic practice, and have innovated several therapies for treating various kidney diseases.
As for bilateral Renal Parenchymal Disease grade III, I recommend Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Medicated Bath. The effective ingredients of traditional Chinese medicines have the function of expanding blood vessels, reducing inflammation and degrading extracellular matrixes. Therefore, blood circulation can be improved and kidneys can get enough blood volume and oxygen to repair the damaged renal tissues. As long as renal function can be increased, renal parenchymal disease can be well treated from the root. Welcome your consultation.