Female and male were in the ratio of 9 to 1. In clinical classification, 7 cases were mild injury type, 10 cases were nephritic syndrome type, 3 cases were acute progressive type, and 11 case were renal dysfunction type.
Methods Thirty five patients with type 2 diabetes and diabetic nephropathy (DN) and twenty nine patients with chronic glomerulonephritis (CGN) were divided into four groups according to with or without nephritic syndrome (NS). Those included 19 DN patients without NS as DN NNS group, 16 DN patients with NS as DN NS group, 16 CGN patients without NS as CGN NNS group and 13 CGN patients with NS as CGN NS group.
immunoglobulin G(μ-IgG)? β 2-microglobulin(β 2-MG),α 1-microglobulin(α 1-MG),in 26 primary nephritic syndrome patients,24 lupus nephritic patients and 30 healthy subjects were detected by radioimmunoassay Results The results show that the concentrations of μ-aIb? μ-IgG?
There were 36 cases (60%) of hypothyroidism misdiagnosed in senile, 8 for coronary heart disease, 5 for acute myocardiac infarct, 5 for liver cirrhosis, 4 for nephropathy syndrome, 3 for aplastic anemia, 3 for idiopathic edema, 3 for intestinal obstruction, 3 for diabetes mellitus, and 2 for idiot.
Low hemopexin and increased haptoglobin levels were found in patients with nephrotic syndromes.
ACEI may be of benefit in the clinical management of children with steroidresistant nephrotic syndromes, allowing reduction in diuretic requirements.
Localization of extracellular matrix components in congenital nephrotic syndromes
The observed matrix composition in the two different congenital nephrotic syndromes suggests various pathomechanisms which may be located either in the molecular structure of the negatively charged molecules (e.g.
Although most childhood nephrotic syndromes respond to steroid treatment, steroid resistant nephrotic syndrome (SRNS) is also common and is particularly difficult to treat.