Management And Treatment For Medullary Sponge Kidney

Medullary Sponge Kidney refers to a condition that causes dilation of the collecting ducts. About 10% of patients with Chronic Kidney Disease will need intensive treatment. Patients with Medullary Sponge Kidney need to be treated promptly and properly. You can get the most effective kidney treatment results from

Medullary Sponge Kidney Disease: General Treatment

High rates of kidney calculi and urinary tract infections are common in this condition. Patients should still have a periodic urinalysis performed and abdominal radiographs are taken even if they don't present with any symptoms.

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Children with Medullary Sponge Kidney are more likely to have Wilms tumors or other abdominal tumors. Children should be monitored for any tumors.

Patients with recurrent kidney stones and urinary tract infections are common. Patients should drink lots of fluids to ensure a sufficient urinary output of more than 2L per day. This will help to eliminate risk factors such as calcium, citrate, and uric acid.

Patients are advised to raise their urinary pH to a maximum level of 7.0-7.2. This can effectively reduce the production of urine acid. They should also remember that excessive alkalinization can lead to the formation of renal stones.

Patients with Medullary Sponge Kidney should have ESWL, percutaneous surgical, or ureteroscopy performed to remove the kidney stones. In severe cases of segmental renal involvement, partial nephrectomy should be performed.

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The condition is treated at Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital by Micro-Chinese Medical Osmotherapy.