Results 1 - 10 of 123 for Inflammation in Kidney Disease
  1. ... it may mean any of the following: Acute inflammation Abnormal protein buildup in tissues and organs ( amyloidosis ) Decreased kidney function Kidney disease due to diabetes ( diabetic nephropathy ) Kidney failure A ...
  2. ... can cause ischemic wounds include: Diseases that cause inflammation, such as lupus High blood pressure High cholesterol levels Chronic kidney disease Blockage of the lymph vessels , which causes fluid to build up in the legs Smoking
  3. ... of the liver Damaged bowel Heart disease Infection Kidney disease Pancreatic disease (inflammation or cancer)
  4. ... Infection of the bladder , kidney, prostate, or urethra ... of blood in the urine in children Kidney failure Polycystic kidney ...
  5. ... occur with some disorders that cause swelling and inflammation of the glomeruli in the kidney, or glomerulonephritis . ... potassium Medicines to control high blood pressure, reduce inflammation, or to remove fluid from your body Kidney dialysis , if needed
  6. ... tuberculosis Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection or AIDS Inflammation of the kidney Serious illnesses (such as heart disease or cancer) Severe malnutrition
  7. ... the hormone aldosterone) Hypercalcemia (high blood calcium level) ... in the urine in a pregnant woman ( preeclampsia ) Inflammation ...
  8. ... active for a long time, as well as in people with vasculitis, low complements, and cryoglobulins. ... may include: Damage to the eye Dental cavities Kidney failure (rare) Lymphoma Pulmonary disease Vasculitis (rare) Neuropathy Bladder inflammation
  9. ... or Motrin), or naproxen (Aleve, Naprosyn) to decrease inflammation ... or internal bleeding in the past. DO NOT take more than the ...
  10. Treatment depends on the underlying cause of retroperitoneal inflammation and fibrosis.
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