Other Names for this Disease
- Anti-GBM syndrome
- Anti-glomerular basement membrane antibody disease
- Anti-glomerular basement membrane disease
- Glomerulonephritis - pulmonary hemorrhage
- Pulmonary renal syndrome
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glomerulonephritis, and the presence of anti-glomerular basement membranes (anti-GBM) antibodies in the blood.Goodpasture syndrome is an autoimmune disease of unknown cause that affects the lungs and kidneys. The typical symptoms of Goodpasture syndrome include pulmonary alveolar hemorrhage (bleeding in the lungs),
Last updated: 9/17/2008
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