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Membranous nephropathy - clinical manifestations

2017-03-01 11:53

1 Age

More than 40 years of age, the onset is often hidden.

2 nephrotic syndrome

The clinical manifestations were nephrotic syndrome (massive proteinuria, hypoproteinemia, edema, hyperlipidemia), or asymptomatic, non nephrotic proteinuria.

3 microscopic hematuria

With a small amount of microscopic hematuria.

4 hypertension and / or renal injury

Some patients with hypertension and / or renal dysfunction.

5 signs

Double lower limbs or facial edema, abdominal effusion, pleural effusion can be serious, for transudation; no clinical symptoms of some patients can, in routine medical examination found proteinuria.

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