Renal disease: classification and atlas of tubulo-interstitial diseases
Jacob Churg, World Health Organization. Collaborating Centre for the Histological Classification of Renal Diseases
Igaku-Shoin, 1985 - Medical - 221 pages
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Renal Disease: Classification and Atlas of Tubulo-interstitial and Vascular ...
Surya Venkata Seshan
No preview available - 1999
Normal Tubule and Normal Interstitium
Acute and Chronic Pyelonephritis
Special Forms of Pyelonephritis
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acute renal failure acute tubular necrosis Analgesic Analgesic nephropathy antibodies bacterial basement mem branes bular calcium calices casts cause chronic renal clinical collecting ducts cortex cortical crystals cytoplasm damage degeneration deposits of IgG dilated drug electron micrograph End-stage kidney Figure focal Glomerular Diseases glomeruli glomerulonephritis granular granulomas hematoxylin and eosin Histologic hyaline hypersensitivity idiopathic immune complex infection infiltration inflammatory cells interstitial fibrosis interstitial inflammation interstitial nephritis intrarenal reflux kidney light chains lymphocytes Malacoplakia medulla ment membranes methicillin Microscopic Findings myeloma necrotic papillae Nephrocalcinosis Nephropathy Fig Obstructive Uropathy occur Oxalate nephropathy oxalosis papillary necrosis patients pelvis periodic acid-Schiff plasma cells protein proteinuria proximal convoluted tubules proximal tubular cells pyelonephritis reflux nephropathy Renal Diseases renal insufficiency scarring sclerosis seen showing stain syndrome thickening tissue tubular atrophy tubular basement membranes tubular lumina Tubulo-interstitial Nephritis Tubulo-interstitial Nephritis Associated Tubulotoxic Injury urate ureter ureteral urinary tract urine vacuoles vasomotor nephropathy vesicoureteral reflux Xanthogranulomatous Pyelonephritis