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Şiddetli Preeklampsi Gelişen Olgunun Böbrek Biyopsisi: Kresentik IgA Nefriti

Renal Biopsy in Patients Developing Severe Pre-eclampsia: Crescentic IgA Nephritis

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10.5262/tndt.2011.1003.14

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Abstract (2. Language): 
IgA nephritis is known as the most common glomerulonephritis and a disease with good prognosis. Acute renal failure, nephrotic syndrome and malignant hypertension can be seen less than 10% of patients with IgA nephritis. Acute renal failure occurs due to crescentic IgA nephritis or tubular occlusion or tubuler injury due to severe glomerular hematuria. IgA nephritis in pregnancy have a good prognosis. On the other hand; the most common renal complication during pregnancy is development of preeclampsia. Preeclampsia occurs in approximately 5% of all pregnancies. Underlying renal pathology increases the risk of preeclampsia.We presented this case with cresentic IgA nephritis with severe preeclampsia to emphasize this issue.
Abstract (Original Language): 
IgA nefriti en sık görülen glomerülonefrit olup iyi seyirli bir hastalık olarak bilinir. IgA nefritli hastaların %10’dan daha azında akut böbrek yetmezliği, nefrotik sendrom ve malign hipertansiyon görülebilir. Akut böbrek yetmezliği; kresentik IgA nefritine veya ağır glomerüler hematüriye bağlı tübüler oklüzyona veya tübüler hasara bağlı gelişir. Gebelikte IgA nefriti iyi bir prognoza sahiptir. Öte yandan, hamilelik sırasında en sık görülen renal komplikasyon preeklampsi gelişimidir. Preeklampsi tüm gebeliklerin yaklaşık % 5’inde görülür. Altta yatan renal patoloji preeklampsi riskini artırır. Şiddetli preeklampsili ve kresentik IgA nefritli olguyu bu konuyu vurgulamak için sunduk.

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