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Glomerulonephritis

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What are its complications?

Acute nephritic syndrome



 Chronic renal failure



 End-stage renal disease



 Hypertension



Malignant hypertension.

  Fluid overload -- congestive heart failure, pulmonary edema. 

  Chronic or recurrent urinary tract infection 

  
Increased susceptibility to other infections.

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Is there any cases when kidney fails 100% for months together after that kidney become 100 % functional by self or by medication .
rameshdohare Friday, April 20, 2012
My son had this when he was 4 as a result of HSP. When admitted into Childrens Hospital he was in 80% kidney failure. However, in 4 days his kidneys were functionally almost normally. The DR. said he didnt understand how he recovered so quickly. I am looking for statistics as to this type of recovery.
Mamabear10 Tuesday, April 17, 2012
how can you treat this for a premature baby born at 28 weeks now 3 months old fighting for his little life if you can help contact me 210 313-7226 please HELP
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