Minimal change disease (Idiopathic nephrotic syndrome of childhood): Lesion in the glomerulus that almost always is associated with nephrotic syndrome. it typically is a disease of childhood
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Hi, I am suffering from MCD for the last 15 years with frequent relapses. I have also chronic Sinusitis. I am interested if sinusitis is a secondary cause of MCD and if there a permanent cure of MCD. Thanks HUKD
My pcp Dr wants me to take Qsymia for weight loss but the nephrologists says no it can cause kidney damage. But she wants me to get weight loss surgery. Has anyone had issues with the pill having nephrotic syndrom?
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