What’s new for IgA nephropathy part 2: clinical presentation, diagnosis, prognosis, treatment

Published on August 31, 2016   23 min

Other Talks in the Series: The Kidney in Health and Disease

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This is my second presentation on IgA Nephropathy. I'm Professor Salvadori from the University of Florence.
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This time I will discuss with you the second part of IgA nephropathy. That is the clinical presentation, the diagnosis, the prognosis and finally the treatment. This will be the agenda of my presentation. But let me start with the clinical presentation.
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Overall there are five different categories of patients that are affected by IgA nephropathy with different clinical presentations. There are patients who are diagnosed accidentally, with no symptoms. Patients affected by a recurrent macroscopic hematuria. Patients with rapidly progressive renal disease. Patients with IgA nephropathy recurrence after kidney transplantation. And finally, patients with acute kidney injury due to macroscopic hematuria.
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What’s new for IgA nephropathy part 2: clinical presentation, diagnosis, prognosis, treatment

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