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What is primary glomerulonephritis classification?

What is primary glomerulonephritis classification? Primary glomerulonephritis is clinically pided into acute glomerulonephritis, chronic glomerulonephritis, rapid glomerulonephritis, occult glomerular disease, nephrotic syndrome and so on, the following is a detailed introduction.
Acute glomerulonephritis, also known as acute nephritis, it is an acute disease of bilateral renal diffuse glomerular lesion caused by allergic reaction after infection. The disease is characterized by acute onset, there is a series of clinical manifestations of hematuria, proteinuria, tubular urine, edema, oliguria and hypertension after 1~3 weeks of infection.
Chronic glomerulonephritis: A group of long course of disease (even several decades) with clinical manifestations of proteinuria, hematuria, edema, hypertension caused by a variety of primary glomerular diseases. The disease is common in young men.
Progressive glomerulonephritis: The symptoms of this disease are similar to those of acute glomerulonephritis, but the renal function may have an acute aggravation. The disease in the short term, has a decline in urine volume or anuria, renal function decrease sharply on the basis of hematuria, proteinuria, edema and hypertension. The condition of disease is critical and the prognosis is poor, generally requires timely renal biopsy and early diagnosis and treatment.
Occult glomerulonephritis: this disease is lack of local symptoms of urinary system, also without systemic symptoms, hematuria (and / or proteinuria) is usually found in routine physical examinations or other diseases, without edema or hypertension.
Nephrotic syndrome: nephrotic syndrome is mainly manifested as "three high and one low", that is, severe edema, a large number of proteinuria (≥ 3.5 g / day), hyperlipidemia and hypoproteinemia (plasma albumin ≤ 30 g / Rise). The disease can be diagnosed generally as long as there is a lot of proteinuria and hypoproteinemia.

What is primary glomerulonephritis classification

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