Nephrology is categorised as the internal medicine’s subspecialty that identifies and treats all sorts of the kidney-related diseases. There are 2 kidneys in the human body; these bean-shaped organs are located on each side in the retroperitoneal space. The function of kidneys is to remove all the waste products as well as excess fluids from your body.
Many of the kidney complications are considered as the systematic disorders that aren’t limited to the organ itself. Such conditions require a specific treatment as well as an intense medical care.
The Nephrology department at Janvi Multispeciality Hospital offers extensive care to the patients suffering from chronic as well as acute kidney diseases. Our team of highly skilled and qualified doctors are renowned for providing the high-end treatment and facilities that help our patients get back to routine life and recover at a much faster rate.
- Cancers of the kidneys, bladder, and urethra
- Acute, sudden, long-term or chronic Renal failure
- Kidney infections
- Acid-base fluctuations.
- Damage caused on kidneys due to effects of diabetes and hypertension
- Kidney and bladder stones
- Renal vascular diseases that disturb the blood vessel networks within the kidneys.
- Tubulointerstitial diseases affecting the kidneys tubules
- Ill effects of toxins and drugs on the kidneys
- Nephrotic syndrome and nephritis
- Autoimmune diseases including lupus and autoimmune vasculitis
- Renal Transplantations
- Anemia related to kidney disease.
Treatment for additional conditions
- Electrolyte disorder
- Diabetic Kidney disorder
- Kidney failure
- Kidney diseases
- Lupus nephritis
- Nephrotic Syndrome
- Renal insufficiency
- Polycystic Kidney disorder
Symptoms of Nephrology related disorders
- Frequent swelling in the legs
- Frequent headaches
- Dry and itchy skin
- Unexplained confusion, memory problems, or trouble focusing
- Reduced sense of taste and appetite
- Less energy and trouble concentrating
- Pain, fluid in the joints, or stiffness
- Exhaustion during the day but problems sleeping at night
- Unexplained blood pressure problems
- Muscle cramps, numbness, or weakness
- Blood in the urine (hematuria)
- Abnormal weight loss