Medical Director Abdi İbrahim Otsuka has explained what to know about polycystic kidney disease that is one of the most common hereditary diseases and where clinical cysts appear primarily in the kidneys.
Medical Director Abdi Ibrahim Otsuka stated that one in 10 kidney-requiring dialysis or transplant patients is a polycystic kidney disease.
Polycystic kidney disease is a disease that occurs primarily in the kidney of the cyst, according to a statement: "Although kidneys are the most commonly involved organs, polycystic kidney disease is not only limited to the kidneys, but the disease can lead to cyst formation elsewhere in the body.
Polycemic renal disease, high blood pressure, back or side pain due to kidney growth, headache, abdominal enlargement, urinary blood, frequent urination, kidney stones, kidney failure and urinary tract or kidney infection may be a symptom.
When does a doctor need to report?
Since the clinical course of these illnesses, most patients have not been aware of polycystic kidney disease over the years, and it has been reported that a person who exhibits symptoms and signs of polycystic kidney symptoms should consult with a physician.
If first degree relatives, parents, brothers and sisters or children have polycystic kidney disease, it is important to undergo a screening of this disease, said the explanation:
"If a polycystic kidney disease occurs in a parent, the likelihood of child development is 50 percent, it can help you evaluate the risk."