What are the damages to the kidneys caused by hyperuricemia?

Hyperuricemia kidney damage: Hyperuricemia is a disease caused by long-term purine metabolism disorders. Obesity is very common. About 85% of patients start to find kidney disease after the age of 30. The disease progresses slowly, 10-20 Years later, chronic kidney failure formed and threatened life. Uric acid is deposited in the kidney, causing inflammation and damage to the kidney tissue, which is called gouty nephropathy. Uric acid is mainly deposited in the renal interstitium and renal tubules. The renal tubule epithelium is atrophy and degeneration, and damages the function of the renal tubules. Patients often have increased nocturia, polyuria, and decreased urine specific gravity. The renal interstitium may appear edema and inflammation, and even fibrosis, which is clinically called interstitial nephritis. Clinically, there may be a small amount of proteinuria, microscopic or gross hematuria, edema, and moderate hypertension. Uric acid is deposited in the kidney, causing inflammation and damage to the kidney tissue, which is called gouty nephropathy. Uric acid is mainly deposited in the renal interstitium and renal tubules. The renal tubule epithelium is atrophy and degeneration, and damages the function of the renal tubules. Patients often have increased nocturia, polyuria, and decreased urine specific gravity. The renal interstitium may appear edema and inflammation, and even fibrosis, which is clinically called interstitial nephritis. Clinically, there may be a small amount of proteinuria, microscopic or gross hematuria, edema, and moderate hypertension. About 20% of gout patients suffer from kidney stones. The higher the blood uric acid concentration, the greater the possibility of urinary stones. Stone obstruction of the ureter can cause severe back pain and hematuria. Abdominal X-ray examination often fails to find uric acid stones, and intravenous pyelography can confirm stones. If you have any related problems such as kidney disease, you can directly [private letter] Professor Yang Yanfang