Glomerular Diseases

Your kidneys may be small, but they perform many vital functions that help keep your overall health, including filtering your blood waste and excess fluids. That nephron has a glomerulus, which means more than a million of them are also present. This is called more than one glomerulus glomeruli. Glomeruli work like cooking strainers. We let waste and extra water flow through the nephrons to create urine as blood passes through them. At the same time, they hold back the protein and blood that your body needs. Many diseases affect kidney function by attacking the glomeruli. When the glomeruli become damaged and cannot do their job, it is called glomerular disease. Glomerular diseases include many conditions with many different causes.

 

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