A Case Report of Nephrotic Syndrome with Anasarca in 3-Year-Old Girl
Nephrotic syndrome (NS) is the most commonly encountered glomerular diseases in the child. One of the major problems in this disorder is hyper coagulopathy and increased risk of thrombosis. The cause of thrombosis is related to an imbalance of coagulation and anticoagulation factors. A 3-year-old female patient admitted in the pediatric ward with chief complaints is swelling over the face, hand, and legs from 10-12 days and mild pain in the abdomen 2-3 episode. While there are several more common causes of abdominal pain in children with nephrotic syndrome. This study reports that swelling over the face, hand, and legs. If Patients can take proper medication they can decrease the edema and improve their condition.
Keywords: Nephrotic syndrome, Anasarca, Edema
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