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The main cause of renovascular disease is a narrowing of the renal vessels, and as a consequence, impaired renal blood flow. narrowing of the renal artery can be in:

atherosclerosis and occurrence of plaque in the lumen of the artery

narrowing of the muscular layer of the artery

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In addition to general and biochemical blood and urine tests, the main research methods and evidence are instrumental methods:

Ultrasonic methods of research, such as a Doppler study, duplex examination, allowing to see the level of narrowing arteries or veins, the presence and localization of atheromatous plaque or thrombus, and also see the very structure of blood vessels.
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In the treatment of renovascular disease are used as conservative treatment, and operational.

By conservative methods include:

Diuretics (diuretics) - medicines that increase urine formation, and hence is removed from the body fluid, resulting in a decrease in blood pressure.

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When renovascular disease affects the vessels of the kidney - an artery or vein. Normally, blood passes through the kidneys is filtered. With the formation of urine, which, by its density is close to the plasma. In the urine collected the waste products of the body, mainly ammonia compounds. The kidneys are also involved in the regulation of blood pressure, releasing a special hormone - renin. Its release into the blood depends on the initial blood pressure level an ... Read more »
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What is Hemodialysis Access?

Hemodialysis access is a device that gives access to the bloodstream the patient, which is located under the skin. Typically, access is on the arm or leg, and allows you to quickly, safely and effectively connect to the machine gemodiliaza.

Hemodialysis is used primarily for the treatment of renal failure. Hemodialysis machines ("artificial kidney") is intended to remove from ... Read more »
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What is thrombolytic therapy?

Thrombolytic therapy - this treatment method, which consists in dissolving the clot in blood vessels. To do this in a blood vessel entered the drug that dissolves clots. In some cases, medication is injected directly into the bloodstream. In other cases, the doctor inserts a long thin vessel catheter to the site of thrombus formation. Then the catheter is introduced tromborastvoryayuschy drug, or simply destroyed the clot mechani ... Read more »
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What is intermittent claudication?

Intermittent claudication - pain or a feeling of weakness and fatigue in the legs, occurring when walking. This symptom appears at the beginning of physical activity, and is at rest. Intermittent claudication - a symptom inherent in peripheral arterial disease of lower extremities, such as atherosclerosis.

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