Nephrotic syndrome is a disorder where the kidneys have been damaged, causing them to leak protein from the blood into the urine.
Nephrotic Syndrome as related to Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome
- Nephrotic syndrome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nephrotic syndrome is a syndrome comprising signs of nephrosis, chiefly proteinuria, hypoalbuminemia, and edema. It is a component of glomerulonephrosis, in which ...
- Nephrotic Syndrome ,Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome …
Nephrotic Syndrome is a group of clinical manifestations that are three highs and one low including massive proteinuria, edema, hyperlipidemia and hypoalbuminemia.
- Nephrotic Syndrome Treatment & Management: Approach ...
Specific treatment of nephrotic syndrome depends on its cause. These are detailed in the Medscape articles specific to each of these disorders.
- Nephrotic Syndrome: Background, Pathophysiology, Etiology
Nephrotic syndrome may occur in persons with sickle cell disease and evolve to renal failure. Membranous nephropathy may complicate bone marrow ...
- Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome - The National Kidney Foundation
Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome is also called nephrosis. Caused by diseased kidneys, nephrosis is an illness where the kidney loses protein, which is released through ...
- Nephrotic syndrome - definition of nephrotic syndrome by ...
nephrotic syndrome A condition in which the glomerulus part of the nephron within kidneys does not work properly and protein escapes from the blood into urine, and ...
- Nephrotic | definition of nephrotic by Medical dictionary
About one quarter of nephrotic syndrome cases are caused by focal segmental glomerulosclerosis - scar tissue in the filtering unit of the kidney, called the glomerulus.
- Childhood nephrotic syndrome | Great Ormond Street Hospital
Medical information on childhood nephrotic syndrome from Great Ormond Street Hospital.