Glomerular disease is generally thought of as nephritic vs. nephrotic. In this episode, we will try to understand the difference between the two, acknowledging that these can occur on a spectrum. We’ll talk about specific diseases that fall under each category and work through several case vignettes, highlighting key features that you should know for each. It’s tough to get a hang of these diseases, but this episode is definitely a step in the right direction!
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Love the podcast! Amazing. Just wanted to let you know that in this podcast you call Alport syndrome x-linked recessive but it is x-linked dominant.
Thanks for the feedback! Yes, Alport Syndrome can be inherited in different ways. In majority of cases it is X-linked recessive (this is why it is more common in males), but there are cases where it it can follow an autosomal recessive or autosomal dominant inheritance pattern. https://rarediseases.info.nih.gov/diseases/5785/alport-syndrome.