Internal medicine nursing
Ankylosing spondylitis is a chronic inflammatory arthritis of unknown etiology, occurring mainly in young men
It is the main cause of primary osteoarthritis, appearing late, often in the elderly, in many locations, progressing slowly, not severely.
Initially, the causative agent acted as an antigen, but until now it is still unknown what antigen it is.
During the physical examination, the patient's movements can be observed when walking, carrying, performing resistance tests, or using a dynamometer.
To filter blood for patients with kidney failure, one must set up a system, one side is the body's blood, the other side is a filtrate similar to the extracellular fluid.
Most chronic kidney diseases, whether the onset is glomerular, tubular, or vascular disease, can lead to chronic renal failure.
Patients often have a history of kidney disease, and urinary or are suffering from a systemic disease, suddenly high fever, chills, hip pain.
Primary simple nephrotic syndrome, corticosteroid-sensitive, usually without hypertension, without renal failure, and without hematuria.
Acute malignant glomerulonephritis, formerly known as rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis, is a name characterized by rapid disease progression and early death.
The glomerulus has the function of filtering, the tubules, and the loop of Henle have the function of reabsorption, and secretion, these tubules unite to empty into the collecting duct, and finally into the renal pelvis.