glomerulonephropathy

glomerulonephropathy

 [glo-mer″u-lo-nĕ-frop´ah-the]
any noninflammatory disease of the renal glomeruli.

glomerulonephropathy

any noninflammatory disease of the renal glomeruli.
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Histopathological alterations were identified as focal nephropathy, glomerulonephropathy, or tubuloi nterstitial lesions by Byung-il Yoon (College of Veterinary Medicine, Kangwon National University, Chuncheon, Korea).
Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis was present in 7 cases (Figure 3, A), collapsing glomerulopathy in 2 (Figure 3, B), and granulomatous tubulointerstitial nephritis in 2 (Figure 3, C); and there was 1 case each of acute pyelonephritis, thrombotic microangiopathy, atheroembolic disease (Figure 3, D), reflux nephropathy, proliferative glomerulonephropathy, membranous glomerulonephropathy, and secondary amyloidosis (serum amyloid A type).
Non-infectious conditions for pyuria include calculous disease, stricture disease, neoplasm, glomerulonephropathy, or intersitial cystitis.
The primary renal lesion may have been glomerulonephropathy, which was subsequently associated with tubular oxalosis as the secondary renal lesion.
In addition, Newell et al (99) reported that 50 to 100% of patients with hepatic cirrhosis caused by alcohol have an associated glomerulonephropathy, histologically identical with immunoglobulin A nephropathy.
19) It was first reported in 1979 by Arakawa et al (20) as a possible new disease entity, who proposed a term collageno-fibrotic glomerulonephropathy.
Glomerulocystic disease and lupus glomerulonephropathy.