About Diffuse Mesangial Sclerosis

Diffuse Mesangial Sclerosis, also known as familial mesangial sclerosis, is related to nephrotic syndrome, type 4 and denys-drash syndrome. An important gene associated with Diffuse Mesangial Sclerosis is WT1 (WT1 Transcription Factor), and among its related pathways/superpathways are Integrin Pathway and Phospholipase-C Pathway. Affiliated tissues include kidney, eye and thyroid, and related phenotypes are renal/urinary system and growth/size/body region

Major Symptoms of Diffuse Mesangial Sclerosis

Diffuse mesangial sclerosis (DMS) is a condition characterized by damage to the reticulum, a structure that connects the blood vessels to the lungs. The major symptoms include coughing, chest pain, coughing up blood, shortness of breath, and fatigue. The condition can also cause decreased visibility in the eyes and a sensation of swelling in the limbs.

Suitable Lifestyle for People with Diffuse Mesangial Sclerosis

The suitable lifestyle for people with Diffuse mesangial sclerosis includes the following points:

1. Maintain a positive attitude: Diffuse mesangial sclerosis is a chronic disease, but patients can adopt a positive attitude to face it, such as communicating with family and friends, participating in Some interest groups, etc. to improve the quality of life.

2. Moderate exercise: Exercise can improve the body's immunity and reduce the risk of disease progression. Patients can choose appropriate exercises when their condition is stable, such as walking, yoga, swimming, etc.

3. Reasonable diet: Patients need to control the intake of sodium, fat and protein, increase the intake of vitamins B, C and E, and avoid foods high in sugar, salt and fat.

4. Maintain a good sleep schedule: Patients need to maintain adequate sleep time, maintain a regular daily routine, and avoid staying up late and overexertion.

5. Quit smoking and limit alcohol consumption: Tobacco and alcohol are harmful to health. Patients should try their best to quit smoking and limit alcohol consumption to reduce the adverse effects of the disease on the body.

6. Avoid infections: Patients need to prevent infections, such as colds, flu, etc. , to avoid aggravating disease symptoms.

7. Regular review: Patients need to go to the hospital regularly for examination and treatment to monitor disease progression and adjust treatment plans in a timely manner.

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