Lupus nephritis

What is Lupus nephritis?

Lupus nephritis is an inflammation of the kidney caused by systemic lupus erythematosus, a disease of the immune system.

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I have been treated for lupus nephritis since past 10 years with different medications like for six months i was treated with cyclophosphomide and...

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Azoran is contraindicated in pregnancy as it cause lethal anomalies in the baby.
Consult your doctor regarding change in the medication to a safer...

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I have Lupus Nephritis since 2008. My renal function was down to 17% but then started to come up as I lost 60lbs and my blood pressure has come way...

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Hi, welcome to HCM.
Lupus nephritis require kidney biopsy to determine class of the disease, its treatment and prognosis.
Creatinine can usually...

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hi my friend having chronic renal failure during 2005 and having lupus nephritis class -4 and on a medicine of amlong 5 mg and omnocortil 20...

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The patient with kidney failure should take low diet on protein. The glomerular filters blood that through kidney but can't function normally that...

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