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Senile nephrotic syndrome

Nephrotic syndrome is a glomerular lesion characterized by massive proteinuria (≥ 3.5G / D), hypoproteinemia (≤ 30g / D), hyperlipidemia and edema. It is a common manifestation of glomerular disease. Senile nephrotic syndrome can be divided into two categories clinically. One is primary nephrotic syndrome, which is one of the most common manifestations of primary glomerular disease; The second type is caused by systemic diseases, called secondary nephrotic syndrome.


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