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Does Stage 4 Renal Parenchymal Disease Mean CKD

Posted: by Dr.Zhao      Time: 2015-05-14 09:21

Topics: CKD Renal Parenchymal Disease

Details: My mother has 4th renal parenchymal disease. Does it mean Chronic Kidney Disease?

Expert Answer

Renal parenchymal disease is one condition in which renal parenchyma is damaged. Chronic Kidney Disease refers to slow loss of kidney function. In most cases, renal parenchymal disease belongs to chronic kidney disease, because it progresses slowly. Stage 4 renal parenchymal disease indicates kidneys are damaged severely. In this case, patients should take action to manage their kidney problem timely.

Since you tell us nothing except stage 4 renal parenchymal disease, it is difficult to give you any detailed treatment suggestion. The following are some therapies used commonly to treat chronic kidney disease. To get prompt treatment plan, you can consult the doctor online or leave a message to kidneyservice@hotmail.com.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Clear Blood Pollution Therapy and Immunotherapy are three therapies used to rebuild kidney filtering structure and improve patients’ overall health condition. According to patients’ medical therapies, doctors will choose correct treatment plan to manage patients’ kidney problem.

Additionally, it is also necessary to follow a correct diet plan and lifestyle. This can help manage kidney disease complications and slow down the progression of renal parenchymal disease.

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