(MGN) is one of the more common forms of nephrotic syndrome in the adult population. It can be or secondary (30%). The two can be distinguished by clinical, laboratory, and histological features.
Although the exact mechanisms causing pMN are still under investigation, different studies show a strong relationship between levels to podocytic proteins and disease activity. Membranous nephropathy is quite rare among the general population but is one of the more common glomerular diseases.
Idiopathic membranous nephropathy (MN) is one common cause of idiopathic nephrotic syndrome in adults; 25% of MN patients proceed to end-stage . In adults, membranous nephropathy is a lead cause of , with about 75% of the cases idiopathic.
Treatment of membranous nephropathy focuses on addressing the cause of your and relieving your symptoms. There is no certain cure. In cases where membranous nephropathy is caused by a medication or another disease — such as a — stopping the medication or controlling the other disease usually improves the condition.
Major research on disease:
Immunosuppressive Treatment for Nephrotic Idiopathic Membranous Nephropathy: A Meta-Analysis Based on Chinese Adults. Nephrotic syndrome is a relatively rare but important manifestation of kidney disease.