What Does It Mean with 6cm Size Kidney

Many kidney disease patients who are diagnosed with 6cm size kidney, so, what does it mean with 6cm size kidney? Please read on to find the answer.

First, we should have a basic understanding about kidney. In normal case, the healthy kidney is 10cm-12cm in length, 5cm-6cm in width, 3cm-4cm in thickness. 6cm size kidney means kidney has shrink obviously. So, why does kidney shrink?

In clinic, the occurring of kidney atrophy has a close relationship with the atrophy of renal parenchyma, the common reasons that lead to kidney atrophy including: chronic nephritis, chronic pyelonephritis, nephrophthisis and renal artery stenosis and congenital aplasia.

However, due to the illness condition varies from person to person, so, the cause of everyone may be different. Thereby, if you happen to be troubled by 6cm kidney or kidney atrophy, you should go to hospital to get a clear diagnosis and find the real cause.

6cm kidney indicates there is renal damage in your body, in this case, the atrophic kidney can not carry out its function properly, and patients will experience a series of signs and complications. If no correct method is applied, the disease will develop into renal failure, and patients have to do dialysis to maintain the life.

In Peking Tung Shin Tang Chinese Medical Hospital, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an effective method combines traditional Chinese medicine and modern technology and equipment. Through improving the blood circulation, dilating blood vessels, changing the condition of hypoxia and ischemia, providing essential nutrients for the damaged kidneys, renal injury can be repaired. After several courses, kidneys can function gradually, and meanwhile, kidney atrophy will be alleviated. For more details of the therapy, email to kidneyfight@hotmail.com.

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