Clinical Case Database / Category: Patient Management
Nephrotic syndrome diagnosis & managment
Dr Madhu Potluri, Dr Sumith Abeygunasekara
Foundation Years Journal, volume 8, issue 4, p.42 (123Doc Education, London, April 2014)
The term â€œdropsyâ€ has been known about since ancient times and means oedema. Nephrotic syndrome has been described by various eminent scientists through the ages as either the result of excessive loss of protein from the kidney or excessive salt and water accumulation due to the chronic states of heart failure and liver cirrhosis. The most notable consequence of continued proteinuria is expansion of body water leading to oedema.
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Dr Madhu Potluri
Specialist Registrar In Nephrology
Broomfield Hospital, Court Road, Chelmsford, CM1 7ET
Dr Sumith Abeygunasekara
Court Road, Chelmsford, CM1 7ET
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