Renal pathology - SlideShare

Apr 17, 2010 · RENAL PATHOLOGY Diseases affect a) glomeruli (often immunological) b) tubules (toxic, infectious) c) interstitium (toxic, infectious) d) vascular Disease in o… Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.…

Renal pathology - SlideShare

Oct 26, 2013 · fundamentals of renal pathology Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website.…

Renal Pathology - SlideShare

Oct 06, 2016 · • Nephrosclerosis is the term used for the renal pathology associated with sclerosis of renal arterioles and small arteries and is strongly associated with hypertension. 243 243. • Affected vessels have thickened walls and consequently narrowed lumens, changes that result in focal parenchymal ischemia. 244 244.…

Renal Pathology Tutorial - SlideShare

Mar 08, 2014 · Renal Pathology Tutorial 1. Histopath Tutorial 2: Renal Pathology Christiane Riedinger 6/3/14 2. Today’s Contents organising renal pathology major symptoms of renal pathology kidney failure (acute kidney INJURY, chronic renal DISEASE) acute vs. chronic causes, clinical phases sites of renal pathology glomeruli tubules interstitium collecting system biochemical abnormalities…

Renal pathology - SlideShare

Sep 13, 2017 · -MC type of Nephritic Sx in adult -Raised IgA -IgA deposits in Mesangium, Hence also known as Mesangiocapillary Glomerilonephritis Secondary IgA Nephropathy 1) Severe Liver Disease 2) Celiac disease Poor Prognosis 15-40% : Nephrotic Sx 15% : End stage renal disease 15% : Recur in post Renal transplantation STEP TO PG-MD/MS/DNB - DR.AKIF A.B 56.…

Renal Pathology authorSTREAM

Jun 08, 2010 · Renal Pathology - authorSTREAM Presentation. Malignant nephrosclerosis : Malignant nephrosclerosis 5% of cases of hypertension Super-high blood pressure, encephalopathy, heart abnormalities First sign often headache, scotomas Decreased blood flow to kidney leads to increased renin, which leads to increased BP! 5y survival: 50% Malignant Hypertension…

Renal tumors - SlideShare

Aug 04, 2012 · Renal tumors 1. RENAL ANATOMY 2. Are non-cancerous growths of the kidney that do not metastasize to other sites in the body .They are not life-threatening but they can cause complaints if they exert pressure effects on adjacent structures.As there is universal increase in the use of radiological imaging, benign renal masses are being detected more frequently .…

Pathology Of Kidney - SlideShare

Mar 30, 2010 · Today I have no problem, I even had an emotional time over the weekend where I did eat a little too much but it didnt affect me at all. I did not binge eat or get worried I just let the food digest, had a good rest and was back to myself the next day, just what normal people experience.…