Acute glomerulonephritis is a group of primary glomerulonephritis with acute nephritis syndrome as the main clinical manifestation. Acute glomerulonephritis is most often seen in children and in males. The disease has an acute onset and varies in severity from subclinical (only urinary abnormalities) in mild cases to acute nephritis syndrome in typical cases and acute renal failure in severe cases. Most of the disease has a good prognosis and can often heal clinically within a few months. So. What are the clinical manifestations of acute glomerulonephritis? The disease typically has the following manifestations: 1. edema Edema is often the initial manifestation of the disease, typically manifested as morning eyelid edema or with mild concave edema of the lower extremities, a few severe cases can spread to the whole body. Patients may have reduced urine output due to decreased glomerular filtration rate and sodium and water retention in the early stage of the disease, and a few patients may even have oliguria.
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