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Kidney Glomerulonephritis and low complement levels

glomerulonephritis and low complement levels

as per my knowledge
i can remember following causes
PSGN differentiating from Ig A nephropathy
Cryoglobulinemia
Lupus Nephritis

are there other GN with low complement levels ?
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Low complement GN:

• Systemic: SLE, endocarditis, cryoglobulinemia, shunt nephritis
• Isolated renal: post-infectious GN, MPGN

Normal complement GN:

• Systemic: HSP, ANCA-associted (Wegener’s, PAN), Goodpasture’s syndrome, hypersensitivity vasculitis
• Isolated renal: IgA nephropathy, anti-GBM disease, RPGN
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