If hypertensive nephropathy not treated in time, it will threaten the patient's life, it may produce some complications, and bring more harmful to the patient’s healthy. So what are the possible complications caused by hypertensive nephropathy?
Cardiac complication: The most common complication is hypertensive left ventricular hypertrophy, the patient can appear palpitations or exertional dyspnea, paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea, pulmonary edema, severe left heart failure can occur, or complicated with ischemic heart disease, clinical symptoms of angina pectoris and myocardial infarction.
Brain complications: brain vascular structure is relatively weak, sclerosis is more fragile, easy to cause cerebral hemorrhage in blood pressure fluctuations. In addition, small artery sclerosis is conducive to thrombosis and cerebral infarction.
Gastrointestinal symptoms: high blood pressure caused nausea, vomiting and other gastrointestinal symptoms are caused by hypertensive encephalopathy. The onset of the disease is due to the severe and persistent spasm of the small cerebral arteries, causing the cerebral blood circulation disorder, causing cerebral edema and increasing intracranial pressure.
Retinopathy: blurred vision, optic disc edema, retinal hemorrhage, oozing of blood.
Urine volume change: some people think that the first clinical symptom of hypertensive nephropathy is nocturia, followed by proteinuria and hematuria, and even progress to uremia.
Brain symptoms: headache, dizziness is common symptoms of hypertensive nephropathy, also can have heavy head or neck plate tight feeling. Dizziness caused by hypertension is more common in the morning than in the morning, and the forehead, occiput or temporal region is more common. Dizziness caused by hypertension can be temporary or persistent, which is relieved after the decrease of blood pressure, but sometimes the transition of blood pressure drops or too fast can cause dizziness.
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