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Pediatric Glomerulopathy

Glomerulopathy is a name for a group of conditions that affect the glomeruli in the kidneys and may cause kidney failure.


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What is Pediatric Glomerulopathy?

There are several conditions that can cause kidney problems by damaging the glomeruli (tiny filtering units located inside the kidneys). The glomeruli help the kidneys remove extra water and waste from the body, while keeping the good proteins and other important nutrients. When a child has a condition that affects the glomeruli, it is called glomerulopathy or a glomerular disease.

What are the signs and symptoms of Pediatric Glomerulopathy?

The symptoms of glomerulopathy may include:

What are the causes of Pediatric Glomerulopathy?

Pediatric glomerulopathy may be caused by:

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