Diagnosis of Nephrotic Syndrome

Heavy proteinuria, peripheral edoema, and hypoalbuminemia, as well as hyperlipidemia, are all symptoms of nephrotic syndrome. The diagnosis of nephrotic syndrome is made based on a number of clinical signs and symptoms, with severe proteinuria and hypoalbuminemia being the most common. Secondary reasons such as systemic lupus erythematosus, diabetes mellitus, and drug side effects are ruled out by the patient's history and selected diagnostic investigations. Primary membranous nephropathy and focal segmental glomerulosclerosis are the most common histologic subtypes of primary nephrotic syndrome in adults, accounting for the majority of cases. Venous thrombosis and hyperlipidemia are two serious consequences of nephrotic syndrome. 


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