glomerulonephropathy

glomerulonephropathy

 [glo-mer″u-lo-nĕ-frop´ah-the]
any noninflammatory disease of the renal glomeruli.
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Acute tubular necrosis and mild proliferative glomerulonephropathy are the major histologic changes.
These data describe up to one-year follow-up of patients treated with OMS721 in the glomerulonephropathy Phase 2 clinical trial, which consisted of 12 weeks of treatment and 6 weeks of follow-up.
Waldenstrom macroglobulinemia with [CD5.sup.+] expression presented as cryoglobulinemic glomerulonephropathy: a case report.
Proteinuria, or more specifically albuminuria, indicates glomerulonephropathy. Tubular cell lesions can be identified by measuring uGGT.
There was increased concern for an underlying glomerulonephropathy after records from the outside hospital revealed a positive Ana (1:1280), CH50 < 13, and 7 grams of proteinuria.
These include acute renal failure, nephrotic syndrome with interstitial nephritis, chronic renal failure with or without glomerulonephropathy, and papillary necrosis.
Goto, "A case of hepatitis C virus-associated glomerulonephropathy presenting with MPO-ANCA-positive rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis," Japanese Journal of Nephrology, vol.
Cause of renal failure included: diabetes (32%), IgA nephropathy (12%), and hypertension (8%), other (48%--polycystic kidney disease, reflux nephropathy, glomerulonephropathy, unknown).
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).
An increase in glomerulonephropathy nephrocalcinosis and fibrosarcoma of the skin was observed (Gur et al.
Henthorn, "Familial glomerulonephropathy in the Bullmastiff," Veterinary Pathology, vol.