Glomerular diseases


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NAME

Glomerular diseases

DESCRIPTION

Glomerular diseases encompass a wide spectrum of conditions, characterized by injury to the glomeruli, resulting in the incorrect filtering of blood and excretion of waste products. Causes include environmental and genetic factors, such as drug toxicity and infection, as well as other diseases, including diabetes and lupus.

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