Goodpasture syndrome


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Good·pas·ture syn·drome

(gud'pas-tyŭr), [MIM*233450]
glomerulonephritis of the anti-basement membrane type associated with or preceded by hemoptysis; the nephritis usually progresses rapidly to produce death from renal failure, and the lungs at autopsy show extensive hemosiderosis or recent hemorrhage.

Goodpasture syndrome

Goodpasture's disease, lung purpura-glomerulonephritis, pneumorenal syndrome An idiopathic autoimmune disorder most common in young white ♂, characterized by alveolar hemorrhage, lung infiltrates, renal failure due to rapidly-progressive glomerulonephritis Clinical Hemoptysis, SOB, URIs, fatigue, chest pain, iron-deficiency anemia, acute renal failure Prognosis Poor; average survival, 15 wks Treatment Plasmapheresis, immunotherapy

Good·pas·ture syn·drome

(gud'pas-chŭr sin'drōm)
Glomerulonephritis of the anti-basement membrane type associated with or preceded by hemoptysis; the nephritis usually progresses rapidly to produce death from renal failure, and the lungs at autopsy show extensive hemosiderosis or recent hemorrhage.

Goodpasture,

Ernest W., U.S. pathologist, 1886-1960.
Goodpasture disease
Goodpasture epitope
Goodpasture reactivity
Goodpasture stain - a stain for gram-negative bacteria, using aniline fuchsin.
Goodpasture syndrome - glomerulonephritis that usually progresses rapidly to produce death from renal failure, and the lungs at autopsy show extensive hemosiderosis or recent hemorrhage.
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Kuller JA, Thorp JM Jr: Pregnancy in a patient with Goodpasture syndrome and renal transplantation.
Kalluri R, Meyers K, Mogyorosi A, et al: Goodpasture syndrome involving overlap with Wegener's granulomatosis and anti-glomerular basement membrane disease.
Schindler R, Kahl A, Lobeck H, et al: Complete recovery of renal function in a dialysis-dependent patient with Goodpasture syndrome.
The most common causes are Goodpasture syndrome, vasculitides such as Wegener granulomatosis and microscopic polyangiitis, and connective tissue diseases, including systemic lupus erythematosus.
Other referring pathologic diagnoses were hemorrhagic pneumonitis and Goodpasture syndrome.