10 Common Mistakes in Treating Lupus Nephritis

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Lupus is a chronic, non-contagious and autoimmune disease that can affect and weaken any part of the patient’s body. Lupus affects people by attacking the patient’s immune system, and the immune system is what protects you from viruses, bacteria, and germs.

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Lupus nephritis is a form of lupus that attacks the kidneys and can cause kidney failure. Treatment options for this type of lupus are still under research and usually, patients are mistreated. In this video, shared by KCRA, listen to Dr. Joanne Bargman’s presentation in a workshop on Diagnosis and Management of SLE, she talks about the ten most common mistakes in the treatment of lupus nephritis. Watch the video and learn more about this subtype of the disease and how it can be correctly diagnosed and treated.

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