A patient presents in your pediatric office with her 5 yo son. She reports that he recently had a cold with a fever and still doesn’t look right after several days and has reduced micturition. He has obvious noticeable as puffiness around the eyes, and upon examination you find that he has a taut belly, and swelling of the hands and feet, which you interpret as generalized edema, or anascara.
You run some tests and find that he has hypoalbuminemia and proteinuria.
What is your diagnosis? And explain the bold type symptoms. (2pts)