Accurate and early diagnosis of Nephritis is very important to improve your treatment result and help your
preserve your residual renal function. If you can get early diagnosis and proper treatment, you will be able
to avoid dialysis or kidney transplant in the future.
The specialists are among the most experienced and skilled in the nation in diagnosing Nephritis. They use
the most advanced equipment and techniques to help you choose the best therapies.
Nephritis diagnostic tests
If you have symptoms that may signal Nephritis like blood urine, swelling around eyelids, mild protein in
urine etc, your doctor will ask you to take examination to get confirmed diagnosis. The diagnosis of
Nephritis begins with a medical history, physical exam, and evaluation of symptoms. Your doctor will order
following diagnostic tests to you.
Urine test: A urinalysis can reveal abnormalities of your kidney, if there is protein or
red blood cells in your urine.
Blood test: If you have Nephritis, the protein level in blood is mild lower than normal.
Serum creatinine level and blood urea levels are also measured to assess your overall kidney function.
Kidney biopsy: Biopsy is the gold-standard test to confirm the diagnosis of many kidney
diseases, including Nephritis. It can also help determine the severity of the disease.
Immunological test: The above conventional tests only can reflect the severity of renal
damage, but can not inspect out the underlying causes of Nephritis or reflect the renal injury in its very
early stage. Immunological tests can find the underlying causes of Nephritis thus increase the chance of
If you have been diagnosed with Nephritis, we're here to help. Call
008618395615012 to make an appointment or request
an appointment online.