Parenchymal Disease?


Renal Parenchymal disease is a kidney disorder that causes secondary hypertension. It occurs as a complication of a wide variety of glomerular and interstitial renal diseases and accelerates the decline in renal function. 2.5% to 5.0% of all secondary hypertension cases are due to Renal Parenchymal disease.
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This means disease of the kidney cells (nephrons) themselves. It usually implies less than optimal capacity to process waste (such as urinary creatinine).
Basically it is Kidney Disorder, or dysfunction. The parenchymal are essentially the functioning portions of the organs. In this cause, the renal system - which would indicate kidney
This has to do something to do with the kidney and it's operation of how it works
Renal disease is another way of describing kidney disease. You lose the function of your kidneys over a period of time, which can be a couple of months or a couple of years.
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