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nephrotic

[nə′fräd·ik]
(medicine)
Pertaining to or affected by nephroses.
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The common indications for renal biopsy were nephrotic syndrome, proteinuria/hematuria and nephritic syndrome in 73, 15 and 12 patients respectively.
But when he was taken to a ward for checks, they immediately told us they thought it was nephrotic syndrome and confirmed it very quickly.
Objectives: To determine the spectrum of infections in children with newly diagnosed primary nephrotic syndrome.
Lila Perry, aged nine, needs both her kidneys removed after being diagnosed with Nephrotic syndrome
The details and concepts of kidney relating to nephrotic syndrome were then explained by anatomy and physiology departments pertaining to cognitive domain.
The prognosis for those with nephrotic syndrome is generally good for children, but there is a chance that the syndrome can return later in life, especially when the immune system is low.
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.
Morbidities of importance noted by these researchers included urinary tract infection (UTI), acute glomerulonephritis (AGN), acute kidney injury (AKI) from varying causes, nephrotic syndrome, congenital urinary tract obstructions and malignancies, with varying rates.
Congenital nephrotic syndrome is a term used to describe a condition in babies who develop severe proteinuria and hypoalbuminaemia within their first three months of life.
The hypercoagulable state is supported by several factors in nephrotic syndrome.