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Q. A 61-year-old woman whose medical history was notable for hypertension and type 2 diabetes reported a two-day history of increasing dull pain in the right flank and nonbloody, bilious vomiting. Physical examination revealed no abdominal masses, costovertebral-angle tenderness, or peripheral edema. A CT angiography was done which was as follows. Renal biopsy was suggestive of membranous glomerulonephritis. All of the following is true about this complication of nephrotic syndrome except ?
A. Right renal vein in more commonly involved
B. Dehydration is possible cause for this condition
C. Diagnostic screening can be performed with Doppler ultrasound, which is more sensitive than ultrasound alone
D. Occasionally nephrectomy may be undertaken for life-threatening complications.



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