Renal Arteriosclerosis and Lupus nephritis

Renal arteriosclerosis is also known as nephrosclerosis or hypertensive nephrosclerosis. Renal arteriosclerosis is injure of the kidney due to infiltration by fibrous connective tissue, usually caused by renovascular diseases or chronic hypertension. The associated vascular changes can potentiate ischemic injury. Renal Arteriosclerosis is often either benign or malignant. Benign RA is characterized by the gradual and continuous deterioration of renal arteries, leading to progressive kidney damage. Malignant RA is additionally characterized by deteriorating arteries but at a way quicker pace, requiring prompt treatment to avoid serious life-threatening complications. Lupus nephritis is an inflammation of the kidneys caused by systemic LE (SLE), an autoimmune disorder. It’s a kind of glomerulonephritis during which the glomeruli become inflamed.

 

 

 

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