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Nephrotic Syndrome (Children)

Nephrotic Syndrome (Children) - What is it for

What is Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome?
Childhood nephrotic syndrome is a kidney condition that results from abnormal leakage of protein in the urine.

What Causes Nephrotic Syndrome?
There are various forms of nephrotic syndrome in children and the most common is Minimal Change Disease. Its underlying cause is still unknown. Lifestyle changes or food are not known to cause Nephrotic Syndrome. 
It is seen more frequently in boys and tends to occur in children between 2 to 6 years.

Nephrotic Syndrome (Children) - How to prevent?

Nephrotic Syndrome (Children) - Causes and Risk Factors

Nephrotic Syndrome (Children) - Diagnosis

Nephrotic Syndrome (Children) - Preparing for surgery

Nephrotic Syndrome (Children) - Post-surgery care