1 acute glomerulonephritis
It is a group of diseases characterized by acute nephritic syndrome. It is characterized by acute onset, hematuria, proteinuria, edema and hypertension, and may be associated with transient renal insufficiency. Streptococcus pneumoniae infection, while other bacteria, viruses and parasitic infections can also cause.
2 chronic glomerulonephritis
Chronic nephritis, proteinuria, hematuria, refers to hypertension, edema of the basic clinical manifestations, onset in different ways, the protracted, the slow progress of pathological changes, can have different degrees of renal dysfunction, eventually developed into a group of glomerular disease in patients with chronic renal failure. Because of the pathological types and the different stages of the disease, the main clinical manifestations are different, and the disease is persified.
3 acute interstitial nephritis
Also known as acute tubulointerstitial nephritis, is a group of renal interstitial inflammatory cell infiltration and renal tubular degeneration is the main pathological manifestations of acute kidney disease, glomerular, renal vessels are generally not involved or relatively light. Clinical manifestations of acute kidney injury. Common causes include drug allergy, infection, autoimmune disease, malignant tumor, metabolic disease and unknown etiology.
4 chronic interstitial nephritis
It is a group of clinical syndrome characterized by tubular atrophy, interstitial inflammatory cell infiltration and fibrosis. The mechanism of renal interstitial injury may involve many factors, such as heredity, immunity, infection, blood system diseases, poisoning, metabolic disturbance, urinary mechanical obstruction and renal allograft rejection. The clinical manifestations were renal tubular dysfunction and progressive chronic renal failure.