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What is Chronic Pyelonephritis?

Description of the disease

Chronic pyelonephritis is an inflammatory disease affecting the renal tissue and renal pelvis, caused by prolonged infection.


  • Primary chronic pyelonephritis
  • Secondary chronic pyelonephritis


Symptoms of chronic pyelonephritis may include pain in the lumbar region, frequent urination, edema, fever and others.


Causes of chronic pyelonephritis may include recurrent or insufficiently treated urinary tract infections, urolithiasis, urinary excretory function disorders, and other factors.


For the diagnosis of chronic pyelonephritis, urine analysis, ultrasound examination of the kidneys, computer tomography, and other methods may be used.


Treatment of chronic pyelonephritis may include taking antibiotics, anti-inflammatory drugs, dietary restrictions, physiotherapy, and in some cases, surgical intervention.


For the prevention of chronic pyelonephritis, it is important to timely treat urinary tract infections, monitor diet and fluid intake, as well as undergo regular medical check-ups.


Treatment of chronic pyelonephritis is carried out by a urologist or nephrologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.