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Common Urological Problems

Anorexia

Rapidly Progressive Glomerulonephritis

This condition has several pulmonary-renal diseases. The patient usually gives a history of recent hemoptysis and often of malaise,  anorexia,  and headache.  A severe acute glomerulonephritis may be accompanied by diffuse hemorrhagic inflammation of the lungs. The urine shows gross or microscopic hematuria, and laboratory findings of severely suppressed renal function are usually evident.… Rapidly Progressive Glomerulonephritis   



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