Diseases related with kidney, Biology

DISEASE CONCERNED WITH KIDNEY -

1.      Paget's disease - Abnormalities of kidney.

2.      Uramia - Increases in quantity of urea.

3.      Nephritis - Inflamation in glomerulus.

4.      Poly urea - Increase in urine pass due to more use of salt.

5.      Nocturia - More urine pass at night.

6.      Oligourea - Decrease in urine quantity.

7.      Anurea - Micturition stops.

8.      Glycosoure - More glucose in urine.

9.      Nephrosis - Nephron starts to degenerate.

10.     Calculli and cast - Stone formation due to calcium oxyllate.

11.     Haematourea - Blood with urine.

12.     Lipourea - Lipid with urine.

13.     Pyuria - Puss cells with urine.

14.     Enzymuria - Enzymes with urine.

15.     Urithritis - Inflammation of lining of urethra.

16.     Goat - Increase in level of uric acid in blood.

17.     Dasyuria - Painful urine pass.

18.     Cystitis - Infection in urinnary bladder.

19.     Renal colic - severe pain in ureter due to stone.

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