Diagnostic Atlas of Renal Pathology: A Companion to Brenner & Rector's the Kidney, 7th Ed
This new atlas covers all major inflammatory, infectious, pre-neoplastic, and neoplastic diseases of the kidney. Over 600 illustrations help readers to recognize the pathologic features and clinical manifestations of both common and rare renal disorders and to formulate confident and accurate diagnoses. This resource, Diagnostic Atlas of Renal Pathology, is designed as a companion book to, "The Kidney 7th Edition" by Brenner and Rector. The newest information regarding categorizing and classification of diseases is presented and how this relates to the various morphological lesions illustrated and their clinical significance.
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Agnes B. Fogo,Michael Kashgarian
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Alport syndrome American Journal amyloid amyloidosis antibody arteries arterioles associated autosomal b&r ch biopsy Bowman's capsule capillary walls cellular chronic clinical collagen collapsing glomerulopathy crescents diabetic nephropathy diagnosis diffuse electron microscopy endocapillary proliferation endothelial cell Etiology/pathogenesis Fabry's disease fibrillary glomerulonephritis fibrin focal segmental glomerulosclerosis foot process effacement FSGS global glomerular basement membrane glomeruli granular hematuria hyaline hyalinosis hypercellularity hypertension idiopathic IgA nephropathy immune complexes immunofluorescence immunoglobulin immunotactoid infection injury interstitial fibrosis involvement Jones Journal of Kidney Kidney Disease Kidney International lamina LCDD lesions light chain light microscopy lupus nephritis membranoproliferative membranous glomerulopathy mesangial deposits mesangial matrix mesangium monoclonal morphologic MPGN mutations Nephrology nephrotic syndrome pathogenesis Pathology patients pattern podocytes present proliferative protein proteinuria pyelonephritis renal biopsy renal disease renal failure sclerotic seen segmental sclerosis Selected reading sickle cell silver stain subendothelial deposits thickening transplant Trichrome tubular atrophy tubules tumor typically vascular visceral epithelial cells