Revista de Neumología e Investigación Clínica


Clinical update of etiopathogenesis and symptomatology of good pasture's syndrome and anti-glomerular basement membrane antibody-induced glomerulonephritis.

Sohrab Houk*

Goodpasture's condition (GS) is an intriguing sickness, recognized by Dr. Ernest Goodpasture in 1919. It is an organ-explicit immune system infection that is interceded by hostile to glomerular cellar film (against GBM) antibodies and has pathology described by crescentic glomerulonephritis with straight immunofluorescent staining for IgG on the GBM. It commonly presents as intense renal disappointment brought about by a quickly moderate glomerulonephritis, joined by aspiratory discharge, that might life-undermine. Five instances of Goodpasture's condition are introduced and 51 different cases recorded in the writing beginning around 1964 are investigated. Certain clinical elements of this disorder stay unmistakable like hemoptysis, paleness, hematuria and aspiratory invades showing up in a youngster with quick advancement of renal disappointment or pneumonic discharge, along with pathologic discoveries restricted to the lungs and kidneys. Notwithstanding, different parts of this disorder seem to have changed, for example, an obvious expanded occurrence, later time of beginning, less male transcendence, a more drawn out conceivable endurance time and a more noteworthy possibility of recuperation. Regardless of whether these progressions address another example of the disorder or mirror the impact of case determination or treatment isn't clear as of now.