Also known as nephritis and nephrotic syndrome, glomerulonephritis is basically the inflammation of stimuli. The glomeruli originally help in filtering and removing excess fluids through the urine. If prolonged, the condition can be a life-threatening one. Symptoms of glomerulonephritis include enema, blood in urine, high blood pressure, and bubbly or foamy urine. The major causes of glomerulonephritis are infections like strep throat, bacterial endocarditis, and viral infections. There may be hereditary causes that can also be involved in glomerulonephritis.  Since high blood pressure is one of the major causes of this abnormality, we provide ACE inhibitors, angiotensin II inhibitors as the treatment for glomerulonephritis.

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