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Name Nephritis
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DescriptionNephritis (from the Greek nephros — kidney) is an inflammatory kidney disease, usually bilateral, characterized by a predominant lesion of the renal glomeruli, in contrast to nephrosis, in which the lesion mainly affects the tubule of the kidneys.

There are diffuse (diffuse) and focal nephritis.

For the first, diffuse, diffuse inflammation of both kidneys is characteristic. Focal nephrosis is an inflammation of a limited number of renal glomeruli and, as a rule, is not an independent disease, but only one of the manifestations of some acute or chronic infectious process. Diffuse nephritis may be acute or chronic.


The cause of acute nephritis is most often an acute infectious disease caused by streptococcus (tonsillitis, scarlet fever, erysipelas, etc.). Sharp cooling of the body, especially in combination with the blotting of clothes, is of great importance in the development of the disease. Acute nephritis is a disease of predominantly young age; often they fall ill children and adolescents.

Clinical symptoms.

The disease usually begins not during an infectious disease, but 10-15 days after it.

There is a feeling of weakness, slight pain in the lumbar region and sometimes a slight increase in temperature
InstructionsAlso treat for stones and crystals supplementally, or nephrosis non inflammatory kidney disease
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