Pediatric steroid taper for poison ivy

As with MCD, the hallmark of FSGS is the presence of proteinuria, which can vary in severity from only 1 to 2 g/day to more than 10 g/day. Unlike MCD, at presentation, patients with FSGS are more prone to have concomitant microscopic hematuria (up to 50% of the time), hypertension (33% of the time), and a depressed glomerular filtration rate leading to elevated serum creatinine levels (33% of the time). Typically, patients with heavy proteinuria present clinically with signs and symptoms of the nephrotic syndrome (see earlier). As with MCD, serum complement levels are normal.

Pediatric steroid taper for poison ivy

pediatric steroid taper for poison ivy

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