Why is high blood pressure?

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Why is high blood pressure?  Whether unilateral or bilateral renal parenchymal disease, almost every kind of kidney disease can cause high blood pressure. Glomerulonephritis, lupus nephritis, polycystic kidney disease, congenital renal hypoplasia and other diseases under normal circumstances, if the lesion more extensive and associated with vascular disease or renal ischemia broader, often accompanied by high blood pressure.
Disease causing renal hypertension and detailed description is as follows:
1, primary glomerulonephritis, such as acute glomerulonephritis, rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis, chronic nephritis;
2, secondary glomerulonephritis, lupus nephritis more common;
3, polycystic kidney disease;
4, congenital renal hypoplasia;
5, chronic pyelonephritis;
6 radioactive nephritis;
(7), renal tuberculosis;
8, the huge hydronephrosis;
(9), kidney tumors;
10 kidney stones;
11, renal amyloidosis;
12, Medullary Cystic Disease.
Why is high blood pressure? For example:
Diffuse proliferative glomerulonephritis due to extensive disease and severe renal ischemia, hypertension is extremely common; other hand, minimal change disease, focal proliferative glomerulonephritis and rarely occurs hypertension. Renal tuberculosis, kidney stones, renal amyloidosis, hydronephrosis, simple pyelonephritis, renal medullary cystic disease, and other major performance for lesions of the tubulointerstitial damage of high blood pressure with fewer opportunities. But those diseases are developed to affect the glomerular function often have high blood pressure.
Why is high blood pressure? To sum up the reason proceeds, the incidence of renal hypertension is closely related to the functional status of the glomerulus. Glomerular dysfunction, blood pressure tends to increase, up to 83% of end-stage renal failure incidence of hypertension.