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nephritic

[nə′frid·ik]
(medicine)
Pertaining to or affected with nephritis.
Pertaining to or affecting the kidney.
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This form usually presents with a triad of blood in the urine, decrease in urine output and raised blood pressure, mostly called as the nephritic syndrome.
However, patient 4 with DDD had a significantly increased C3 nephritic factor that normalized after treatment.
Nephritic flare typified by an increasing anti-dsDNA, low C3/C4, active urine sediment, and worsening serum creatinine.
At the end, amid the peaks of the Sierra Diablo Mountains, waits a stainless steel door with panels made of green nephritic jade.
Serum ferritin decreases because of protein-energy malnutrition, liver diseases, nephritic syndrome, neoplastic, while his hepaticas synthesis increases thanks to iron deficiency.
A reduction of "effective" circulating blood volume may be due to congestive heart failure, compromised left ventricle systolic performance, prolonged hypotension, or liver cirrhosis or nephritic syndrome.
Clinically, inflammatory response as a result of SIRS is observed in the form of myocardial failure, shortness of breath, nephritic and neurological system disorders, bleeding disorders, and multi-organ failure like hepatic disorders during the postoperative period (2).
1 and 1, and more than 1 in protein to creatinine ratio, could be utilized in recognition domains of physiologic, pathologic and nephritic proteinuria, respectively [18].
The increasing incidence of initial steroid resistance in childhood nephritic syndrome.
clinical presentation & management of glomerular diseases: hematuria, nephritic & nephrotic syndrome.