The value of repeat kidney biopsy during an atypical course of membranous nephropathy View Full Text


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2022-07-07

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Sumaiya Ahmed, David Massicotte-Azarniouch, Mark Canney, Clare Booth, Paula Blanco, Gregory L. Hundemer

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BackgroundThe clinical trajectory for patients with primary membranous nephropathy ranges widely from spontaneous remission to a rapid decline in kidney function. Etiologies for rapid progression with membranous nephropathy include concurrent bilateral renal vein thrombosis, malignant hypertension, and crescentic membranous nephropathy. Given the wide heterogeneity in prognosis, timing of immunosuppressive therapy is often challenging and centers around an individual patient’s perceived risk for rapidly progressive disease.Case presentationHerein, we describe the clinical course of a young patient who initially developed a typical presentation of membranous nephropathy with consistent kidney biopsy findings. Given clinical stability, a six month observation period was undertaken prior to initiating immunosuppression. Within this observation window, the patient developed community acquired pneumonia followed several weeks later by a sudden, rapid decline in kidney function requiring dialysis. Repeat kidney biopsy revealed post-infectious glomerulonephritis superimposed upon a background of membranous nephropathy. Immunosuppressive therapy resulted in a favorable long-term outcome with normalization of kidney function and remission of nephrotic syndrome. To our knowledge, this is the first report of the simultaneous occurrence of these two glomerular disease processes.ConclusionThis case illustrates the value of repeat kidney biopsy during an atypical course of membranous nephropathy. Superimposed glomerular disease processes should be considered during a course of rapidly progressive membranous nephropathy. More... »

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