A 42-year patient with nephrotic syndrome
was presented because of bilateral chemosis. The
diagnosis was based on physical examination , In the
biological assessment, there is a hypo albuminemia,
nephrotic proteinuria , and an active urinary sediment,
with renal function was preserved. The
anatomopathological study of kidney biopsy puncture
(KBP) objectified: extra capillary glomerulonephritis .
The course was marked by the regression of the aqueous
chemosis after the treatment of glomerulonephritis .
Keywords : Chemosis; Nephrotic Syndrome, Extracapillary Glomerulonephritis