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423 Possible Causes for Lupus Nephritis, Weight Gain

  • Nephrotic Syndrome

    These can include: membranous nephropathy, focal segmental glomerulosclerosis, minimal change disease, membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis, lupus nephritis, and IgA nephropathy[] Prednisone can cause increased appetite mood changes; he may be moody or irritable while taking the medicine weight gain Weigh your child as directed and record his weight[] Weight gain may be a sign that you are retaining fluid. Call your doctor if you are gaining weight or have other problems, such as trouble breathing.[]

  • Edema

    He or she will likely ask you questions about recent weight gain, tightness of clothes or jewelry, and other symptoms.[] Symptoms include: Swollen and puffy skin Skin discoloration Skin that “pits” when pressed Stiff, tender and painful joints Weight gain or weight loss Raised blood pressure[] Sudden or rapid weight gain Decreased amount of urine Diagnosing edema To diagnose edema, your doctor may check whether the skin over the swollen area indents when pressed[]

  • Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis

    Symptoms In children and some adults, FSGS presents as a nephrotic syndrome, which is characterized by edema (associated with weight gain), hypoalbuminemia (low serum albumin[] The Ba levels measured in plasma from patients with CKD, ANCA vasculitis, and lupus nephritis were compared to the eGFR.[] gain.[]

  • Lipoid Nephrosis

    As edema worsens there is a gradual weight gain, which parents may mistake for healthy growth.[] The natural history and treatment of lupus nephritis, in Lewis EJ, Schwartz MM, Korbet SM (eds): Lupus Nephritis. Oxford, Oxford University Press 1999;pp 185-218. 31.[] gain (from fluid retention) Minimal change disease does not reduce the amount of urine produced.[]

  • Protein Losing Enteropathy

    […] his feed to settle the stomach acids aswell. but so far we havent had any weight gain.he has stayed the same. but he isnt allowed all of this weight gain food and mix etc[] Twenty-five PLE patients (56.8%) had concomitant lupus nephritis (LN). Of these, seven patients underwent renal biopsy.[] In these patients, failure to thrive, poor weight gain, and deficiencies in the fat-soluble vitamins (ie, A, D, E, K) can also occur.[]

  • Cytomegalovirus Colitis

    The patient remained asymptomatic during 2 month of follow-up with weight gain.[] Cytomegalovirus Colitis Following Immunosuppressive Therapy for Lupus Peritonitis and Lupus Nephritis. Intern Med 2003;42:362-6.[] She was the first child of family with birth weight 3kg and height 55cm. . she has admitted to the hospital several times for diarrhea and poor weight gain during last 4 month[]

  • Rapidly Progressive Glomerulonephritis

    Corticosteroids can cause fluid retention, swelling, weight gain, and increased risk of infection.[] Lupus nephritis is a frequent manifestation of SLE among adult patients.[] Lupus nephritis B. Microscopic polyangiitis C. IgA nephropathy D. Goodpasture syndrome Correct answer : B.[]

  • Glomerulosclerosis

    gain The health care provider will perform a physical exam.[] One example is lupus nephritis (as part of systemic lupus erythematosus or SLE). Glomerulosclerosis refers to scarring of the glomeruli.[] gain Exams and Tests The health care provider will perform a physical exam.[]

  • Meigs Syndrome

    These range from shortness of breath, fatigue and swelling in the abdomen to weight gain and irregular menses. [] Renal biopsy is diagnostic of lupus nephritis. CXR demonstrates bilateral pleural effusions.[] Swollen abdomen with associated weight gain or weight loss. Non-productive cough. Amenorrhoea or irregular menstruation.[]

  • Hypersensitivity

    These include weight gain, sudden mood swings, and acne.[] nephritis Systemic lupus erythematosus Extrinsic allergic alveolitis ( hypersensitivity pneumonitis ) IgG ( Complement ) Neutrophils Antibody (IgG) binds to soluble antigen[] Anders HJ and Fogo AB (2014) Immunopathology of lupus nephritis. Seminars in Immunopathology 36: 443–459.[]

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