IgA nephropathy: recurrent gross hematuria, and continues to be associated with different levels of urine protein and occult blood or respiratory infection, or symptoms of abnormal urine, or for chronic nephritis or nephrotic syndrome, lumbago (unilateral or bilateral) and other symptoms. More common in young adults.
Acute nephritis: onset of urgency, weight varies. It shows that the proteinuria and hematuria (mostly hematuria), edema (can be light weight), hypertension (with edema), oliguria, transient azotemia, accompanied by fatigue, anorexia, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, back pain, etc.. This can be seen in all age groups, but is common in children aged 6-10.
Nephrotic syndrome: large amounts of proteinuria (3.5g/24 hours), hypoproteinemia (30 g / L), edema (associated with hypoproteinemia), elevated cholesterol (6MMD/L), etc..
The onset of chronic nephritis: latent and slow, can be light weight or weight, abnormal urine or edema, anemia, hypertension, azotemia, often upper respiratory tract infection can induce or aggravate, or accompanied by nephrotic syndrome, acute or chronic nephritis, or similar acute nephritis.
Lupus nephritis: from the renal damage system of red class sores secondary, common in young women, the majority of patients with systemic lupus erythematosus first symptoms (such as have a fever, skin lesions and multiple joint pain) after clinical signs of renal disease, there is systemic involvement after kidney disease. The performance of light nephropathy asymptomatic glomerulonephritis (only abnormal urine), nephrotic syndrome, chronic nephritis, acute nephritis etc..
Purpura nephritis: from secondary allergic purpura kidney disease, common in children (male to female ratio is about 5:1), most of the first symptoms of allergic purpura, and renal lesions, characterized by symptoms such as nephrotic syndrome or chronic nephrotic syndrome.
Hepatitis B associated glomerulonephritis: hepatitis B is caused by glomerular damage, often manifested as asymptomatic proteinuria and hematuria, acute nephritis, nephrotic syndrome or kidney dysfunction.
Diabetic nephritis: by renal damage secondary to diabetes, microalbuminuria is the first step by step for the development of proteinuria or nephrotic syndrome (mostly diabetic retinopathy) and renal failure (uremia).
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