95% of kidney diseases are caused by autoimmune disease.
The tests are performed to help diagnose autoimmune disorder
for specific autoantibodies are usually present with
particular abnormal immune conditions.More
Immune system seems to be always associated with kidney disease.
Lymphocyte Subpopulation plays an important role in monitoring human's
immune system condition, cellular immunity and humoral immunity.More
When your kidneys are failed, various toxins will build up in your blood.
Tests for toxins in blood help tell your doctor the early damages of your
kidneys, even you feel no symptoms.More
Complement in blood serum is a group of proteins that move freely through your bloodstream.
The proteins work with your immune system and play a role in the development of inflammation.
The tests are ordered to help diagnose the activity of acute or chronic autoimmune diseases
and autoimmune kidney diseases.More
The appearance and smell of your urine—as well as the frequency with which you have
to go—can provide many clues to what else is going on in your body. And the urine content
will help to find the very early alarm of kidneys. The tests are most often performed,
when you are at the risk to develop any kidney damages.More
As kidney disease develops, especially into the end stage,
serious complications easily occur. Luckily, some tests can help
your doctor find the worsening condition in the very early stage
and prevent the tragedy.More