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Figure 1: Infective and noninfective etiology associated with community-acquired acute kidney injury (CAAKI). Urinary tract infection (pyelonephritis) was the major infective cause whereas snakebite-related AKI was the major noninfective cause. Sepsis included sepsis due to liver abscess, endopthalmitis, pemphigus vulgaris, and other cases, where source of sepsis was not identified, whereas patients with urospesis were not included in this subheading. Other poisonings included one patient with paraquat and one with hair dye poisoning

Figure 1: Infective and noninfective etiology associated with community-acquired acute kidney injury (CAAKI). Urinary tract infection (pyelonephritis) was the major infective cause whereas snakebite-related AKI was the major noninfective cause. Sepsis included sepsis due to liver abscess, endopthalmitis, pemphigus vulgaris, and other cases, where source of sepsis was not identified, whereas patients with urospesis were not included in this subheading. Other poisonings included one patient with paraquat and one with hair dye poisoning