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BOF: 250

A 16-year-old male is admitted with a history of passage of blood in his urine and swelling of his face.

On examination there is facial and ankle oedema. On examination of his hands there is evidence of infected scabies. His blood pressure is marginally elevated.

Investigations show haematuria and red cell casts. Blood urea is elevated. C 3 and C 4 levels are reduced. Abdominal ultrasound shows normal sized kidneys.

In this patient which of the following interventions would not be beneficial?

a)      Low salt diet

b)      Treatment with penicillin

c)      Diuretics

d)      Steroids

e)      Fluid restriction

 

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