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Most people have no idea that hepatitis b virus will attack other organs and is associated with Kidney Disease. The following are some symptoms of Hepatitis B and Kidney Disease which can help us make a diagnosis of the disease.
Typical symptoms of hepatitis B, such as yellow skin and eyes, dark urine, fatigue, hepatalgia, and enlarged liver and so forth. In most cases, patients have a history of hepatitis b.
Manifestations of Nephrotic Syndrome including edema, foamy urine, low serum albumin and hyperlipemia. An obvious edema possibly presents and some of patients may have the pitting edema, or even ascetic fluid. Immune complexes deposition in the renal blood vessels can cause glomeruli damage, thus leading to leakage of a great number of protein and red cells to the urine (proteinuria and hematuria). The protein produced by the liver fail to cover the massive loss of urine protein, leading to decreased serum albumin level.
Some patients with Hepatitis B and Kidney Disease may have no symptoms of hepatitis b. Study has shown that the virus can attack the kidney directly. Consequently, kidney problems occur due to infection of HBV.
People are suggested to keep a watchful eye to the above symptoms of Hepatitis B and Kidney Disease. If you have some symptoms, you had better see your doctor and do some tests to make a diagnosis of the condition. (What Tests are Necessary to Make A Diagnosis of HBV Kidney Disease) Make sure to have an timely treatment so as to prevent further decline of kidney function. Is there still anything unclear? Feel free to leave a message in the below or Email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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