glomerulopathy

glomerulopathy
Glomerular disease of any type. [glomerulus + G. pathos, suffering]
- focal sclerosing g. focal, segmental glomerulosclerosis reported in adults and children with normal serum complement, progressing to chronic glomerulonephritis.

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glo·mer·u·lop·a·thy -(y)ə-'läp-ə-thē n, pl -thies a disease (as glomerulonephritis) affecting the renal glomeruli

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glo·mer·u·lop·a·thy (glo-mer″u-lopґə-the) any disease of the renal glomeruli.

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