Renal Arteriosclerosis and Lupus Nephritis

Renal arteriosclerosis is also called nephrosclerosis or hypertensive nephrosclerosis. Renal arteriosclerosis is the injury caused to the kidney due to infiltration by the fibrous connective tissue, usually caused by renovascular diseases or chronic hypertension. Lupus nephritis is defined as the inflammation of the kidneys caused due to systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), which is defined as an autoimmune disorder. It is defined as a kind of glomerulonephritis during which the glomeruli of the kidney becomes inflamed.

 

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