1. A 29-year-old Arabic woman presents to the Emergency Department. She has been suffering from a…

1. A 29-year-old Arabic woman presents to the Emergency Department. She has been suffering from a chest infection for the past few weeks and a fever on and off. She denies any shortness of breath or cough. She informs you that she has noticed episodes of frank blood in her urine which initially resolved but has now returned. She denies any recent travel and is currently not sexually active. What is the most likely diagnosis? a) Urinary tract infection b) IgA nephropathy c) Pneumonia d) Pyelonephritis e) Glomerulonephritis