In recent years, the number of cases of chronic nephritis in children has increased, and the harm of chronic nephritis has been well understood. Therefore, how to prevent and treat chronic nephritis in children has always been a concern for many people. Despite the continuous progress in research on chronic nephritis, it is still fundamentally impossible to eliminate the impact of nephritis on children. I'm afraid the treatment of pediatric nephritis will also need to take some time. Firstly, we need to understand the types of chronic nephritis in children?
Type 1 of chronic nephritis: Renal malformations, such as problems with kidney development. The whole urinary system, including kidney development, has problems. The number of adults with this disease is relatively small, because if the disease is not well developed, it will be found early, so the whole urinary system is a large category of developmental malformations. One side kidney dysplasia, such as one side kidney nephron dysplasia, obstructive diseases, etc., are all developmental issues.
The second type of chronic nephritis is hereditary kidney disease. Because hereditary diseases are common in childhood, special attention should be paid to hereditary kidneys. Heredity, such as the inheritance of some genes.
Chronic nephritis is a major type of disease related to immune disorders, such as acute glomerulonephritis.
Type 4 of chronic nephritis: infectious diseases, such as urinary system infection, should be paid attention to in children.
It can be seen that compared to patients with chronic nephritis in other age groups, the degree of harm is greater. The final development of kidney disease in children is different. If not treated properly, it may eventually lead to kidney failure, and the consequences are unimaginable. If not treated in a timely manner, it is likely to ultimately lead to complete loss of kidney function and even threaten the life of children.