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Berger's disease

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Description of Berger's disease

Berger's disease: A kidney disorder characterized by blood in the urine due to kidney inflammation and deposits of IgA antibodies in the kidney. Also called Nephropathy - IgA.

Berger's disease: most common cause of primary glomerular disease in Europe, Australia, and United States; lesions formed as a consequence of mesangial formations of immune deposits composed of IgA.
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