glomerulonephritides

glomerulonephritides

Plural of glomerulonephritis.
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Maternal-foetal outcomes in pregnant women with glomerulonephritides. Are all glomerulonephritides alike in pregnancy?
Krasowska-Zajac et al., "The PD-1/PD-L1 inhibitory pathway is altered in primary glomerulonephritides," Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis, vol.
Although immunofluorescence and electron microscopy have important role in the study of renal pathology, most of the glomerulonephritides can still be diagnosed by light microscopy with reproducibility6.
Paraneoplastic glomerulonephritides are glomerular lesions that are not directly related to tumour burden, invasion or metastasis, but rather are induced by products from tumour cells.
Dworacki et al., "Podocytes are the major source of IL-1[alpha] and IL-1[beta] in human glomerulonephritides," Kidney International, vol.
In another single-center retrospective case review of 24 patients with primary glomerulonephritides 2 patients with MPGN were included.
Other studies found elevated levels of a fragment of uromodulin in the urine of patients with IgAN compared to that of healthy controls and patients with other glomerulonephritides [19].
TGF beta1 plays a vital role in the pathophysiology and progression of glomerulonephritides.
Compared to patients with recurrence of other glomerulonephritides, those with FSGS recurrence have a twofold higher risk of losing the graft over 10 years [34].
(4-7) In the latter scenario, similar lesions can be seen in other glomerulonephritides, such as, light-chain deposition disease, amyloidosis, immunotactoid nephropathy, the membranoproliferative form of diffuse glomerulonephritis, and idiopathic, nodular glomerulosclerosis.
There are 12 chapters arranged in logical order: patient assessment; acute kidney injury; chronic kidney disease; primary glomerular disorders; secondary glomerular disorders; infection--associated glomerulonephritides; other renal parenchymal diseases; renal diseases in special populations; treatment options; transplantation; hypertension and acidbase and electrolyte disorders.