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Success Rate of Kidney Transplant for Parenchymal Disease

Success Rate of Kidney Transplant for Parenchymal DiseaseRenal parenchymal disease means pathological changes in kidney functioning tissues. If nearly the whole parenchymal part is damaged, patients may have to consider kidney transplant, one cost-effective treatment for end stage bilateral renal parenchymal disease. However, the success rate of kidney transplant changes from person to person.

Advanced renal parenchymal disease

Renal parenchymal disease is only one universal term that can be caused by many disorders. For example, IgA Nephropathy, FSGS, Chronic Kidney Disease, Polycystic Kidney Disease, and so on, all are common reasons for this disease. If uncontrolled timely and effectively, it will aggravate into end stage easily. Then, kidney transplant may be needed.

What is the success rate of transplant for these patients?

With the development of medical technology, the success rate of Kidney Transplant has been improved a lot. However, it still can’t reach 100%. For some patients, they can live with transplanted kidney just like normal people, but for some others, kidney transplant fails quickly or the primary disease recurs.

If renal parenchymal disease is caused by the deposits of IgA, the recurrence rate of IgA Nephropathy on transplanted kidney may range from 20% to 40%. That is to say, transplanted kidney is at the high risk of second failure. Additionally, rejection reaction also increases this risk. If this disease is due to FSGS, the recurrence rate may be 20% to 50%. From this point, we can know the primary disease, if related to immune disorder, can increase the recurrent rate of kidney disease after kidney transplantation.

Besides, meal plan, lifestyle, medications, patients’ medical condition, etc, may also affect the success rate. Thereby, if you are suffering from bilateral renal parenchymal disease, you need to email your latest test report or illness description to or in the form below. We are glad to give you the answer directly.

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