Chronic renal failure is a common disease that can cause multiple digestive system complications. Chronic renal failure, also known as uremia, and glomerular lesions, renal vascular disease and other diseases induced. What chronic gastrointestinal symptoms can cause chronic renal failure? Experts said that the mouth, esophagus and stomach and duodenum often due to chronic renal failure and produce a variety of disease symptoms.
Mouth: crf patients in vivo secretion of urease in the saliva of urea, the resulting ammonia to stimulate the oral mucosa, causing stomatitis, including non-ulcerative stomatitis and ulcerative stomatitis.
Esophagus: crf systemic bleeding tendency, esophageal mucosa is often diffuse oozing, esophageal mucosal ulcers can form an esophageal pseudo-perticular changes, uremic patients can occur reflux esophagitis.
Stomach and duodenum: stomach symptoms are often prominent, but also one of the earliest symptoms. Common gastritis and duodenitis, multiple ulcers, hemorrhagic gastritis is also rare.
Intestinal: Most patients with intestinal mucosa and submucosal edema and bleeding, sometimes with ulcers and necrosis. Late disease often appear stubborn diarrhea. Uremic patients with colonic lesions can cause serious complications. Acid application in the treatment of aluminum hydroxide can cause constipation lead to dung, resulting in colonic obstruction, even in the sigmoid colon and other vulnerable parts of necrosis, ulcers and perforation. crf complicated with colonic perticulum perforation is not uncommon, and other colon bleeding often due to bacterial infection and the formation of ulcers, mostly concentrated in the cecum, ascending colon and sigmoid colon, rectum, can cause bleeding.
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