Diagnostic procedures for acute glomerulonephritis, Biology

Diagnostic Procedures 

  1.   Taking Clinical history 
  2.   Urine analysis 
  3.   Blood sample  for  estimation  of blood urea nitrogen 
  4.   Antistrepto lysine  (ASO) titer 
  5.   Chest X-ray

Medical Management 

It includes:

  1.  antibiotic  therapy 
  2.  symptomatic treatment 
  3.  decreased fluid'and salt intake
  4.  administration  of diuretics 
  5.  renal Biopsy 
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