Acute glomerulonephritis in children requires early intervention to avoid the risk of transitioning to chronic glomerulonephritis.

Acute glomerulonephritis in a child, if detected and treated early, is likely to recover completely.

Therefore, as soon as symptoms appear, family members should take the child to a reputable medical institution for timely handling measures to prevent serious complications.

Glomeruli are filtration units made up of capillaries in the kidneys.

The function of this department is to filter the blood, remove waste and fluid from the blood.

This is the first step when the body produces urine.