A patient with seven attacks of acute glomerulonephritis is described. Following each attack renal function returned to normal. Investigations strongly suggested immune complex disease as the cause of the nephritis but extensive tests failed to define the antigen. The possibility of an exogenous self-administered antigen is considered.
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