Nephrotic-syndrome is the condition of kidney disease in which there is a loss of 3 grams of protein per day into the blood. The kidney is made from the tiny blood vessels. These blood vessels are known as glomeruli. They help in filtering the throw away products from the blood. When the kidney is vigorous, they can sieve the squander products and keep the accurate rate of protein in the blood. That protein helps in the movements of the water from the tissue of the blood. When the patient suffers from Nephrotic-syndrome, the tiny filters in the kidney get damaged. This also causes the slips of the protein content in the urine. This may result in the swelling in the body.

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