Sunday, March 7, 2010

Signs and Symptoms of Kidney Failure Disease

The signs and symptoms of renal failure in patients who experienced acute include: swollen eyes, legs, great back pain (colic), urinary pain, fever, urinating a little, red urine/blood, frequent urination. Abnormalities of Urine: protein, blood/ erythrocytes, white blood cells/Lekosit, bacteria.

While the signs and symptoms that may arise by the existence of chronic renal failure include: Weakness, not strength, appetite, nausea, vomiting, swelling, decreased urination, itching, shortness of breath, pale/anemia. Abnormalities of urine: Protein, erythrocytes, Lekosit. Lab tests abnormalities. Other: blood creatinine increased, Hb fell, Urine: protein is always positive.

Determination of Renal Failure Diagnosis

A doctor once asked the patient's medical history and signs and symptoms that arise, for determining the existence/occurrence of kidney failure so he will perform a physical examination in his focus on the possibility of kidney organ enlargement or swelling around the kidneys. If suspected of impaired kidney function, then the patient will be consulted to a kidney specialist (Nephrologist).

Further laboratory tests performed either blood or urine to see the levels of electrolytes, sodium and potassium/potassium. In some cases the medical team may perform installation of the catheter tube into the urine bag (bladder) to remove the urine. If necessary, the medical team will recommend shooting examination of kidney structures by the method of Ultrasound, Computed tomography (CT) scans or by Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scans. There is even the possibility of action biopsy, namely sampling (sample) kidney tissue.

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