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Renal damage in rheumatoid arthritis

A variety of different renal damage can be seen in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), which can be caused by the disease itself or by drugs for the treatment of the disease. The most common lesions were membranous nephropathy, secondary amyloidosis, focal mesangial proliferative nephritis, rheumatoid vasculitis and nephropathy caused by analgesics.


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