Disease Information for Lipoid nephrosis/Minimal change disease: Clinical Manifestations

Signs & Symptoms
Edema Children
Facial edema/swelling
Bilateral ankle swelling
Bilateral leg edema/swelling
Bilateral severe leg edema
Diastolic hypertension
Dizzy on Standing/Giddy Response
Fluid retention/Mild edema
High blood pressure child
High blood pressure/sign
Mobile edema/shifts overnight
Orthostatic drop in blood pressure
Beau's lines/Mees lines fingernails
Nail Striations
Striae/Purple striae
Yellow nails
Yellow skin discoloration
Scrotal edema/swelling
Swelling of scrotum
Abdominal Distension
Abdominal distension/protrusion/sign
Abdominal Distention
Abdominal fullness feeling
Abdominal Pain
Anorexia Decreased appetite
Protruberant Abdomen
Weight gain in Children
Yellow skin/white sclera
Edema of Lower Extremities
Muscle Atrophy
Swelling all extremities
Knee effusion/Fluid on knee
Knee Swelling
Dark urine
Frothy urine/Foamy
Oliguria/Decreased urine output
Fatigue Tiredness Exhaustion
Fatigue Tiredness in Children
Muscle Wasting/Diffuse
Weight gain
Bilateral Eyelid Edema
Difficulty Focusing Eyes
Diplopia Double vision
Periorbital edema/Puffy eyes
Retinal lipid deposits
Retinal sheen
Visual symptoms
Clinical Presentation & Variations
Presentation/Steroid responsive disorder Sensitive
Presentation/Edema Proteinuria Lipidemia Child
Presentation/Nephrosis No RBC casts in urine
Fever and High Sed Rate
Disease Progression
Course/One to two years
Course/Self limited usually
Prognosis/Full recovery usual