Kidney Leak In Adolescents Aged 13 Years?
Does kidney leak in adolescents aged 13 years have a higher risk? And can the patient still recover completely?
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Kidney leak is a term commonly used to describe kidney diseases that cause protein to escape the blood filtering process by the kidneys.
The causes of this condition are quite numerous and some of the causes could be regarding young patients, including patients aged 13 years. Leakage in the kidney itself generally indicates that there has been damage to the kidneys from the sufferer and is generally permanent.
Kidney leak that occurs at a young age has the same risk of complications as people who have kidney leak at an older age, but generally the causes of leakage are quite different.
Can recover completely or not, all depends on the diagnosis and the patient's condition. If indeed it has been declared damaged, moreover has experienced kidney failure, generally this condition will not be healed again and its function will increasingly diminish.
I hope this helps.