Lecture on Nephrotic Syndrome


Nephrotic syndrome is a kidney disorder characterized by proteinuria greater than 40mg/m2/hour or 50mg/kg/day, first morning urine protein to creatinine ratio of greater than or equals to 3mg/mg, hypoalbuminemia <3g/dl in the presence of edema and hyperlipidemia greater than 200mg/dl.

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