Link between depression, Early Stages Of Chronic Kidney Disease By Researchers found a is pressed out of five patients with chronic kidney disease, even before beginning long-term dialysis treatment or the development of end-stage renal disease, who UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers found out.
– ‘Since patients in the early stages of chronic kidney disease at risk of clinical depression, we as nephrologists should screening our patients for depression in clinic,’said Dr. Susan Hedayati, assistant professor of internal medicine at UT Southwestern and a staff nephrologist at the Dallas Veterans Affairs Medical Center. She is the lead author of the study. Available online and in the current edition of the American Journal of Kidney Diseases.. The study, which based on a pool of 272 participants is the first, the rate of depression in these patients with the fourth Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders Edition , which is considered the gold standard in evaluating depression investigated.Basically, they can misunderstand a component of of nervous system attacking attack. However, it is well known that some of autoreactive T – cell. More aggressively than others. One group of these ‘special’ T cells recognizes and attacks the protein MOG, which is on the surface brain cell. The amazement of the neuroimmunologists However the cells even those in mouse which lack MOG. ‘This finding was completely unexpected, since the T-cells are supposed to to attack anything in the absence of MOG ‘, said Krishnamoorthy. T cell identifying MOG as a foreign body to respond a second, completely different protein of the brain: The solution to this puzzle was provided by a large-scale biochemistry investigation. On that basis understanding – possible treatments.. More aggressively than others Although B cells game a much greater role than previously assumed, the fact to T cell can be cause extensive damage to nerve in the context of multiple sclerosis.