Glomerulonephritis

Nephritis is a group of disorders that affect a component of the excretory organ that filters blood (called glomeruli). It's also known as nephrotic syndrome or nephritis in other contexts. Glomerulonephritis can occur on its own or as part of a more serious illness like lupus or diabetes. In humans, glomerulonephritis-related inflammation that is severe or persistent can cause kidney damage. Pink or cola-colored pee (hematuria), foamy urine due to excess protein (proteinuria), and fluid retention (oedema) with swelling of the face, hands, feet, and belly are common nephrotic symptoms.


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