What kinds of renal hemorrhages are there?

Renal hemorrhages include idiopathic renal hemorrhage and bleeding accompanying acute/chronic nephritis, renal calculus, or renal tumor.

Kobayashi et.al. investigated the therapeutic effect of Transamin in an open non-comparative clinical trial using 108 patients with acute (n = 5) and chronic (n = 103) nephritis. Transamin was administered orally at 2 g to 36 g daily over a period of 2-6 months. The improvement rates of proteinuria were 34% in patients treated with smaller doses (> 3.1 g) for less than 3 months and 94% in patients treated with larger doses for more than 3 months. The same tendency was also observed in the improvement of erythrocytuira.


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