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Can bacterial infection lead to nephritis?

Acute nephritis is a double kidney non purulent lesion caused by immune dysfunction. It is one of the most common renal diseases in childhood. There are many pathogens causing acute nephritis, including bacteria, viruses, mycoplasma, protoz...

Can bacterial infection lead to nephritis?

Oct 15, 2017 by Kidney Disease Expert

Acute nephritis is a double kidney non purulent lesion caused by immune dysfunction. It is one of the most common renal diseases in childhood. There are many pathogens causing acute nephritis, including bacteria, viruses, mycoplasma, protozoa and so on, among which bacterial infection is the most common. The latter is mainly infected by beta hemolytic streptococcus, and is acute nephritis in narrow sense. The most common infection hammer upper respiratory infection, tonsillitis, pneumonia, otitis media, impetigo etc..

Can bacterial infection lead to nephritis?

Typical acute nephritis manifested edema, oliguria, hematuria, fatigue and loss of appetite; physical examination found hypertension. There were hematuria and proteinuria in the laboratory examination, the blood anti "0" increased, and blood complement decreased. A small number of children with severe acute kidney failure, acute heart failure and hypertensive encephalopathy.

The above is about the can bacterial infection lead to nephritis introduction, hope to help patients with nephritis, experts remind: nephritis patients to control diet, avoid excessive intake of acidic substances, increasing the acidic physique, more exercise, timely treatment with a doctor.

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