Pulmonary hemorrhage is a critical condition, which has adverse consequences for the patient’s life. It can be accompanied by the obtained, quickly developing glomerulonephritis (gained kidney inflammation). When these two critical factors unite, they lead to the eponym known as the Goodpasture’s syndrome.
Reverse anti–glomerular basement membrane (anti-GBM) antibodies can be also noticed when the disease takes place. Health care professionals stress that this problem requires an immediate diagnosis and medical aid as the recovery may take a while. It all depends on the disorder’s phase.
Goodpasture’s syndrome occurs when the basement membrane appears in the alveoli. There is no way to solve this problem with the special lung injury aimed to raise the level of alveolar-capillary permeability. There are many factors that may provoke the disorder or its further progress.