Digestive system complications of common chronic renal failure

Chronic renal failure (CRF) is a common disease that can cause a variety of digestive system complications. Chronic renal failure, also called uremia, is related to many diseases, such as glomerular lesion and renal vascular disease. What are the digestive system complications of common chronic renal failure?

Digestive system complications of common chronic renal failure

Oral: urea urease CRF patients secreted in the saliva, the ammonia produced to stimulate the oral mucosa, causing stomatitis, including non ulcerative stomatitis and ulcerative stomatitis.

Esophagus: CRF has systemic haemorrhage tendency, esophagus mucous membrane also often has diffuse ooze blood, esophagus mucous membrane ulcer can form esophagus, False Diverticulum type change, uremia patient can happen to return sex esophagitis even.

Stomach and duodenum: stomach symptoms are often prominent, but also one of the earliest symptoms. Common gastritis and duodenal ulcer, multiple ulcers, hemorrhagic gastritis is not uncommon.

Digestive system complications in chronic renal failure:

Intestinal tract: edema and bleeding in the mucous membranes and submucosa of most patients, sometimes accompanied by ulceration and necrosis. Late onset of disease often presents intractable diarrhea. Colonic lesions in uremic patients can cause severe complications. The aluminum hydroxide used in antacid treatment can cause constipation and cause fecal problems, resulting in colonic obstruction and even necrosis, ulceration, and perforation in the easily obstructed areas of the sigmoid colon. CRF colonic perticulum perforation is not uncommon, in addition to the colon wall bleeding often due to bacterial infection and ulcer formation, mostly concentrated in the cecum and ascending colon and sigmoid colon, rectum, can cause bleeding.