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After getting infected with hepatitis b virus, people will present liver damage. Besides, some patients may also experience kidney disease known as HBV-associated Nephropathy. Study shows that Hepatitis B and Kidney Disease are more prone to boys at the age of 5-7. Then, how about the prognosis of this disease?
At present, the pathogenesis of Hepatitis B and Kidney Disease is not totally clear. In most cases, kidney damage can be caused due to various reasons: HBV may attack the kidneys directly; autoimmune reaction; immune complex depositions in the glomerulus.
In cases of children with Hepatitis B and Kidney Disease, patients often have no history of hepatitis b or acute hepatitis symptoms. They are often carriers of asymptomatic hepatitis b virus or with slightly abnormal liver function. As a result, these cases are often misdiagnosed.
How about the prognosis of children with Hepatitis B and Kidney Disease?
Though the diagnosis and treatment for children patients are not easy, the prognosis is often good. Most cases can get natural remission or remit after treatment. The rate of remission: 50%-60% in 1-3 years; 60%-80% in 3-5 years; 85%-98% in 6-10 years.
Therefore, parents need not to worry too much about the outcome of children with Hepatitis B and Kidney Disease. With positive treatment, the disease can be cured and patients can live a normal life.
The treatment principles often include prevent and treat infections, dietary therapy, control high blood pressure and diuresis, anti-coagulation, lower blood fat level and protect the kidney function. As for special treatment of HBV infection, interferon therapy and antiviral drug treatment are often adopted. If there is till any questions about treatment for Hepatitis B and Kidney Disease, feel free to contact us by email or message.
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