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77 Possible Causes for Bilateral Small Kidneys, Chronic Kidney Insufficiency, No Retinopathy

  • Nodular Glomerulosclerosis

    […] of a premature infant who died soon after birth are markedly enlarged bilaterally and microscopically show numerous small radially arranged cysts.[] Here, we present three patients with edema, heavy proteinuria, chronic renal failure, in whom no past or present symptomatic glucose intolerance or diabetic retinopathy were[] The glomeruli and kidneys are typically normal or increased in size initially, thus distinguishing diabetic nephropathy from most other forms of chronic renal insufficiency[]

  • Malignant Hypertension

    Here, we report the case of a patient with SLE and malignant hypertension with hypertensive retinopathy that initially presented without clinical evidence of APS or hypertensive[] A diagnosis of malignant hypertension is usually based on the association of severely elevated blood pressure with a Keith and Wagener stage III or IV retinopathy.[] Malignant hypertension may present with retinopathy, choroidopathy, and optic neuropathy.[]

  • Scleroderma with Renal Involvement

    In our case, the patient was seen late with end-stage kidney failure with small bilateral kidneys contraindicating the realization of renal biopsy.[] (Scleroderma Renal Disease) 1,668 results Purtscher's retinopathy in scleroderma.[] Diseases Renal Insufficiency, Chronic Scleroderma, Systemic Scleroderma, Diffuse Scleroderma, Localized Urologic Diseases Renal Insufficiency Connective Tissue Diseases Skin[]

  • Alport Syndrome

    Ultrasound examination revealed bilateral small kidneys. He was severely hypertensive; audiometry and ophthalmic examinations were normal.[] Lenticonus and retinopathy were first noted in 14 and 11 year olds, respectively. All boys with retinopathy had a hearing loss.[] This syndrome affects both men and women, but men are more likely to experience chronic kidney disease and sensory loss.[]

  • Lupus Nephritis

    Relative contraindications to biopsy include the presence of a bleeding diathesis, solitary kidney and advanced kidney disease with bilaterally small kidneys.[] Patients with severe renal or hepatic disease are at higher risk for developing retinopathy, due to less clearance of the drug.[] In the long term, the avoidance of renal replacement therapy is paramount in cases with the development of chronic kidney insufficiency.[]

  • Malignant Nephrosclerosis

    Malignant hypertension is usually defined as very high blood pressure with swelling of the optic nerve behind the eye, called papilledema (grade IV Keith-Wagner hypertensive retinopathy[] Chronic hypertension can cause benign hypertensive arteriolar nephrosclerosis, resulting in chronic kidney disease and, infrequently, end-stage renal disease.[] There was no difference in age, sex, severity of retinopathy or the presence of primary renal and renovascular disease.[]

  • Nonallergic Interstitial Nephritis

    Those complications include the following: Hypertensive retinopathy Hypertensive encephalopathy Rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis Chronic renal failure Nephrotic syndrome[] Chronic renal failure (CRF, chronic renal insufficiency; chronic kidney disease, unspecified) ICD-9 585.9 Past history of occupational acute tubular necrosis without full[] Chronic Renal Failure Overview: The terms “chronic renal failure” and “chronic renal insufficiency” have been used historically to describe varying degrees of renal dysfunction[]

  • Polyarteritis Nodosa

    In the posterior pole, this may manifest as hypertensive retinopathy replete with macular star formation, cotton-wool spots, and intraretinal hemorrhage in patients with renal[] Others: Orchitis, ischemic retinopathy, bilateral sensorineural hearing loss. B.[]

  • Renal Papillary Necrosis

    Bilaterally small, irregularly scarred kidneys with medullary nephrocalcinosis strongly suggests analgesic nephropathy. CT IVP in patient with hematuria.[] Thrombo-embolic complications, retinopathy and renal papillary necrosis are more frequent in HbSC disease than in other sickle cell syndromes.[] […] failure 2016 2017 2018 2019 Billable/Specific Code Type 1 Excludes acute kidney failure ( N17.- ) chronic kidney disease ( N18.- ) chronic uremia ( N18.9 ) extrarenal uremia[]

  • Benign Arteriolar Nephrosclerosis

    Chapter 9 Hypertensive Retinopathy 5) Hypertensive Retinopathy Subcategory H35.0, Background retinopathy and retinal vascular changes, should be used with a code from category[] kidney disease, unspecified 2016 2017 2018 2019 Billable/Specific Code Applicable To Chronic renal disease Chronic renal failure NOS Chronic renal insufficiency Chronic uremia[] Other risk factors are smoking, dyslipidemia, proteinuria, glomerular hyperfiltration and dietary factors. 15 Additional reasons for checking the blood pressure are marked retinopathy[]

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