Infection-related glomerular disease
Infection-related glomerular disease is glomerular injury that develops as a result of bacterial, viral, fungal, protozoal or helminthic infection in another part of the body. Bacterial endocarditis, Streptococcus infection and HIV infection can cause glomerular disease.
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