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Whether Nephritic Syndrome Will Relapse After Kidney Transplant

2013-10-15 16:48| Font Size A A A

Kidney Transplant, as a treatment for kidney disease, is widely known by patients. In their view, kidney disease is fundamentally cured after kidney transplant. Whether Nephritic Syndrome will relapse after kidney transplant or not? Experts remind that many kidney diseases will relapse.

Following is a conclusion according to a report about kidney disease recurrence after kidney transplant.

Disease Category Recurrence Rate Kidney Failure Rate After Relapse
Focal segmental glomerular sclerosis 25-50% 10-65%
Membranoproliferatie glomerulonephritis type I 20-30% 6-66%
Membranoproliferatie glomerulonephritis type II 90-100% 19-50%
Membranous nephropathy 5--10% 1--44%
IgA Nephropathy 40--50% 2--41%
Antibasement membrane nephritis 10--25% <1%
Diabetes 100% 5--10%

 So, kidney disease may relapse again after a successful operation.

This kind of circumstance is because kidney transplant rejection leads to damage to the new renal function and appear the symptom of kidney disease.

(1) Hyperacute rejection: often occurs a few minutes after the restoration of renal blood flow in surgery. Renal color turns to dark red from bright red. Rejection reaction in 24 to 48 hours after surgery are hematuria, oliguria, increasing pain in transplant area, elevated blood, serum creatinine, high fever, chills, etc.

(2) Accelerated rejection: often occurs in 2 to 5 days after surgery. Oliguria, no urine, serum creatinine level rise, high fever, graft swelling, tenderness, less urine, and hypertension are main symptoms in this period.

(3) Acute rejection: often occurs in 6 to 60 days after surgery. Patients suffer from extreme discomfort, body weakness, fever, graft area pain, tenderness and swelling to harden, blood pressure increases and urine decreases.

(4) Chronic rejection:often occurs 60 days after transplantation. The symptom is not obvious. Kidney function gradually declines. Proteinuria, high blood pressure, blood urea nitrogen, and serum creatinine increased.

Almost all kidney disease would recurrent after renal transplantation. But don't worry too much. Effective care can protect deterioration significantly. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is designed to improve kidney function. If you are interested in it, you are suggested to leave a message below.

 


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