Nefrology

Nephrology is the branch of Medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of kidney disease. About 10% of the population of kidney disease and in many cases there is no awareness of it as kidneys, unlike heart, lungs, liver, etc., do not give any sign of their own, although they play a fundamental role for the balance of the organism.

There are several pathologies that can affect the kidneys:

  •  Inflammatory diseases
  •  Immune-mediated diseases
  •  Cystic diseases
  •  Vascular Diseases
  •  Calculating

Early identification of these pathologies and the timely initiation of appropriate therapies constitute the pivot on which the different levels of nephrologist intervention are articulated.


Patient evaluation with isolated urinary abnormalities

  • Flushing the urinary tract
  • Proteinuria and / or microematuria

Evaluation and monitoring of the patient with renal failure

  •  Identification of risk factors
  •  Slow progression in chronic forms
  •  Medical therapy
  •  Personalized diet plans

Evaluation of patients with systemic diseases with secondary renal involvement

  • Lupus System Systématosis
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Metabolic Diseases
  • Emopathy

Clinical-metabolic evaluation of patients with renal calculus

  • Definition of the type of calculus identification of the lithogenic risk
  • Medical-Dietary Therapy
  • Recurrence prevention