Interstitial Nephritis is a condition marked by swelling in the tubules, i.e. the kidneys' filtering units. The condition drastically affects normal renal function, preventing the kidneys from purifying blood and producing urine.
What are the different types of Interstitial Nephritis?
Interstitial Nephritis is broadly classified into two types based on the onset of the condition:
What causes Interstitial Nephritis?
Acute interstitial nephritis may be caused by an allergic reaction to any of the following:
Any of the following may cause chronic Interstitial Nephritis:
What are the symptoms of Interstitial Nephritis?
Some common symptoms that may suggest that a person has interstitial nephritis include:
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