What is complication of calcific uremic arteriolopathy? Calcification uremic arteriolopathy complications, also known as calcification, it is a vascular disease which is characterized by systemic arterial calcification and tissue necrosis, the main manifestations are skin ulcers, arterial calcification and ischemic necrosis of surrounding tissues. Calcification uremic arterial disease complications are common in end-stage renal disease secondary to hyperparathyroidism or renal transplantation after secondary hyperparathyroidism patients, account for about 1% to 4% of dialysis patients. The following is a detailed introduction.
Complications of calcific uremic arteriolopathy can occur in patients of all ages, the lesion occurs in the relatively soft (fat-rich) tissue, such as breast, abdomen, thigh, calf, limb remote. Of which skin, subcutaneous tissue damage is the most obvious. Begin with asphyxia reticularis or purpuric rash, or subcutaneous nodules. Skin pain is severe, feeling allergic. Rapid progress in skin lesions, and further development of skin ulcers, necrosis, often associated with infection. But the distal vascular pulse can still be touched. A small number of patients may be involved in skeletal muscle, myocardium, it can also involve joints, internal organs. Bone scan limb x-ray showed visible vascular and soft tissue calcification.
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