nephrosclerotic

neph·ro·scle·rot·ic

(nef'rō-sklĕ-rot'ik),
Pertaining to or causing nephrosclerosis.

neph·ro·scle·rot·ic

(nef'rō-skle-rot'ik)
Pertaining to or causing nephrosclerosis.
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In cases of an acute poisoning, lead causes lesions to the kidneys and exactly at the proximal tubes, a hypophosphatemia and glucosuria or (Fanconi syndrome) have been recorded [34 and 35] whereas the intense chronic exposure to Pb caused a nephrosclerotic problem and a cortical atrophy [37, 38, and 39].
Therapy of secondary pyelonephritis is a complex clinical problem stipulated with high resistance of contemporary microflora and nephrosclerotic changes resulting from hydronephrosis and impairment of microcirculation in the kidney.
For treating the congenital hydronephrosis it is recommended to perform early surgical correction which facilitates the recovery of adequate urodynamics of upper urinary tract and prevents development of nephrosclerotic and microcirculatory changes in the kidneys and secondary pyelonephritis.