Glomerulopathy

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Glomerulopathy
ICD-10 N00-N08
ICD-9 580-589

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Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [1]

Overview

Glomerulopathy is a term used to describe a disease affecting the glomeruli of the nephron.[1]

It can refer to a process that is inflammatory or noninflammatory. Because the term "glomerulitis" exists for inflammatory conditions,[2] "glomerulopathy" sometimes carries a noninflammatory implication.

References

Related Chapters

Glomerulonephritis



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