The buildup of toxins in the blood due to the decreased kidney function can cause uremia
, which may lead to ulcers in the mouth, on the tongue, and on the gums.
Gillespie writes about the case of a 10-year-old boy who had acute nephritis and uremia
. The boy lived on a farm with his family, and prior to becoming ill, had been doing "nearly a man's work" on the farm.
in end-stage renal disease (ESRD) reveals signs and symptoms in almost every organ system defined as the "uremic syndrome".2 The most common causes of CKD are diabetes mellitus (DM), hypertension, chronic glomerulonephritis, all over the world.
Many risk factors were incriminated in causation of burst abdomen including malnutrition, anemia, hypoproteinaemia, pre and post-operative prolonged steroid therapy, peritonitis, malignancy, jaundice, uremia
, prolonged post-operative abdominal distension, cough, the technique of closure and closure material.
In view of progressive and non-resolving AKI with metabolic acidosis and symptoms of uremia
and fluid overload, hemodialysis was initiated and continued every 24 h for the next few weeks.
The art teacher named Zhu Ya, 26 years old, of Chongqing in southwest China, was diagnosed with uremia
, a progressive renal failure that requires regular dialysis, last May.
Hemodialysis was initiated with a tunneled catheter for uremia
Nephrologist Amanda Raff explains that the concept of uremia
, historically described as late stage CKD, is expanding.
Studies by Corey et al and Colombo et al witnessed idiopathic and neoplasm causes as the main factors of pericardial effusion in their patients followed by less frequent cause like uremia
Hakim, "The elephant in uremia
: oxidant stress as a unifying concept of cardiovascular disease in uremia
," Kidney International, vol.
, in which various small molecules accumulate in the blood because of decreased renal excretion (8), has been considered a non-traditional CVRFs involved in the pathogenesis of the vascular changes seen in patients with chronic renal failure (CRF).