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Incidental Detection of Dent-2 Disease in an Infant with Febrile Proteinuria.

Salihu, Shpetim; Tosheska, Katerina; Cekovska, Svetlana; Tasic, Velibor.
Med Princ Pract; 27(4): 392-395, 2018.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29772577

OBJECTIVE:

Febrile proteinuria is functional proteinuria and is seen as a transitory phenomenon during acute febrile illness, mainly viral infections. It is a benign phenomenon and clears promptly with resolution of the infection. CLINICAL PRESENTATION AND INTERVENTION: In this report, we present a patient who was thought to have febrile proteinuria. Persistence of significant proteinuria after resolution of the infection prompted biochemical and genetic workup which led to the diagnosis of Dent-2 disease.

CONCLUSION:

We recommend the use of SDS-PAGE (sodium dodecyl sulfate electropheresis) for the detection of low molecular weight proteinuria.
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