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ETIOLOGY OF DISTURBANCES OF KIDNEY FUNCTIONS
There are a lot of reasons that disrupt kidney function. By origin, they are classified into primary [hereditary, congenital (enzymopathies, tubulopathies, nephropathies, kidney developmental abnormalities)] and secondary (acquired) - infectious and non-infectious [oncological, post-traumatic, immuno-allergic, satellite (concomitant)]; both are exogenous and endogenous. According to the level of action, they are divided into prerenal, renal and postrenal.
I. The main prerenal causes include:
1. Neuropsychiatric disorders (stress, mental trauma, neurosis, impaired innervation of the kidneys),
2. Endocrinopathies (Itsenko-Cushing's disease / syndrome, hyperaldosteronism, hypo- or hyperthyroidism, arterial hypertension),
3. Circulatory system disorders [vascular tone disorder (arterial hypertension and hypotension), venous hyperemia, changes in the mass of circulating blood, heart failure, and others].
II. Renal causes include:
Directly damaging kidneys [infectious and infectious-allergic diseases of the kidneys and extrarenal origin (nephritis, pyelonephritis, diffuse glomerulonephritis, sepsis, cholera, dysentery, etc.), injuries, toxins, including nephrotoxins (mercury, cadmium, uranium), tumor growth ],
2. Violations of the intrarenal circulation (thrombosis, embolism, atherosclerosis, etc.),
3. Damaging the genome and / or program for its implementation in nephrocytes (free radicals, lipid hydroperoxides, viruses).
III. Postrenal causes include:
1. Congenital and acquired abnormalities of the kidneys (hypoplasia, polycystic and other hereditary defects),
2. Factors that interfere with the outflow of urine [calculi in the urinary tract, inflammation of the ureters, bladder, urethra, tumors of the urinary tract or neighboring organs (eg, prostate), ureteral inflection, etc.].
So, nephropathy is formed when (1) glomerular filtration, (2) reabsorption, and (3) secretion are disturbed.
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ETIOLOGY OF DISTURBANCES OF KIDNEY FUNCTIONS
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