Background: Idiopathic membranous nephropathy (IMN) is an autoimmune disease and the leading cause of adult nephritic syndrome
We performed renal biopsy of all patients who presented with; nephrotic syndrome, non-nephrotic range significant proteinuria, rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis, acute unexplained renal failure, sub-acute renal failure of unknown cause and nephritic syndrome
It can present as nephrotic syndrome (NS), nephritic syndrome
, rapidly progressive renal failure (RPRF), acute kidney injury (AKI), chronic kidney disease (CKD), macroscopic hematuria (MH), as well as isolated proteinuria or hematuria.
The clinical presentation of lupus nephritis is highly variable, ranging from asymptomatic hematuria and/or proteinuria to frank nephritic syndrome
to rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis with loss of renal function.
The principal causes of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in children comprise the following: disruptive uropathy, or dysplastic kidneys, reflux nephropathy, focal segmental glomerulosclerosis as a alternative of childhood nephritic syndrome
polycystic kidney disease, autosomal-recessive and autosomal-dominant varieties.
2) Acute nephritic syndrome
is a constellation of clinical signs including acute fluid overload, haematuria and hypertension; often with proteinuria and some degree of renal insufficiency.
Acute renal failure likely due to acute nephritic syndrome
associated with typhoid fever.
The patient with LN is likely to present with nephritic syndrome
(oliguria, minimal proteinuria, haematuria, hypertension and azotaemia) or with features of nephrotic syndrome (anasarca, heavy proteinuria and hypoalbuminaemia).
He has battled kidney disorders since the end of 1995 when he was diagnosed with nephritic syndrome
and had a kidney transplant in 2004.
Lomu's record of 37 tries in 63 tests was an impressive haul, all the more so considering he played much of his career and with nephritic syndrome
, the disease that attacked his kidneys.
Renal disease and syphilis: a report of nephritic syndrome
with minimal change disease.
Literature search on DVT risk factors highlights increasing age immobilisation active rheumatologic disease acute myocardial infarction (AMI) arterial insufficiency cancer central catheters hormone therapy congestive heart failure cerebrovascular accidents infection surgical procedures inflammatory bowel disease nephritic syndrome
obesity paresis of legs severe respiratory diseases thrombophilias and varices/chronic venous insufficiency.