Do you already know what it is kidney disease? Do you want to know the disease?
Knowing early kidney disease can make you more careful health being exposed to the disease. Any disease almost did not want to attack our bodies. We hope to stay healthy and fit up at any time. So, no harm us begin by understanding further each disease, one of which is kidney disease.
Recognizing kidney disease can be done in various ways. For example: read a book, ask a doctor, search the Internet, seminars, often exchange information with fellow sufferers, participated in various discussion groups on Facebook, twitter, mailing lists. Let us recognize the unique kidney disease.
There is an inherited cystic kidney disease such as autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (locus 16p13 and 4q21 abnormalities PKD1 gene), autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease (abnormality in the gene locus 6p21 PKDH1), Nephronophthisis I (abnormalities in the gene locus 2q13 NPHP1), Nephronophthisis II (abnormalities in the gene locus at 9q31 INVS), Nephronophthisis III (abnormal gene locus at 3q22 NPHP3), Nephronophthisis IV (abnormalities in the gene locus 1p36 NPHP4), Nephronophthisis V (abnormalities in the gene locus 3q13 NPHP5), medullary cystic kidney disease ( MCKD1 gene locus 1q21 abnormality), tuberous sclerosis (9q34 and 16p13 locus disorder genes TSC1), Von Hippel-Lindau disease (abnormalities in the locus 3p26-p25 in the VHL gene).
Recognizing the inherited kidney disease called Tubular Disorders, for example: Bartter syndrome, which there are five types, such as: type 1 (there are abnormalities in the 15q15 locus SLC12A1 gene and protein NKCC2), type 2 (there are abnormalities in the gene locus 11q24 KCNJ1), type 3 (there are abnormalities in the gene locus 1p36 in ClCNKb), type 4 (there are abnormalities in the gene locus 1p31 BSND), type 5 (3q13 locus there are abnormalities in the gene CASR), Gitelman syndrome (16q13 locus there are abnormalities in the gene SLC12A3), Pseudohypoaldosteronism type I (no abnormalities locus 16p13, 12p13, and 4q31 in a gene SCNN1B, SCNN1G, SCNN1A, and NR3C2), hipomagnesemia primary (there are abnormalities in the 3q27 locus gene CLDN16), hipomagnesemia with secondary hypocalcemia (no abnormalities TRPM6 gene locus at 9q22), renal magnesium wasting (there are abnormalities in the gene locus 11q23 FXYD2), autosomal dominant hypoparathyroidism (no abnormalities CASR gene locus at 3q13), Liddle syndrome (there are abnormalities in the gene locus 16p13 SCNN1B).
Recognizing kidney disease on top is not easy so it is necessary to consult a doctor and geneticist. For those of you who are curious about kidney disease, consult a physician immediately and start your subscription for a healthy lifestyle to avoid kidney disease. It never hurts to know more as a precaution than cure.