tubulointerstitial

tubulointerstitial

(tū'yū-lō-in-tĕr),
Denotes all tubular and connective tissue elements of the kidney, not including the glomerulus.

tubulointerstitial

/tu·bu·lo·in·ter·sti·tial/ (too″bu-lo-in″ter-stĭ´shal) pertaining to the renal tubules and interstitial tubules.
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The pathological alterations were graded as follows: 0: no visible lesions, 2: mild dilation of tubules, tubulointerstitial inflammatory infiltration, and lesion area < 20%; 4: dilation of tubules, tubulointerstitial inflammatory infiltration, and lesion area < 40%; and 6: severe dilation of tubules, massive tubulointerstitial inflammatory infiltration, and lesion area > 40% [21].
7-11) It may cause various clinical presentations based on involved organ such as sclerosing pancreatitis, sclerosing cholangitis, prostatitis, tubulointerstitial nephritis, interstitial pneumonia, and enlargement of salivary glands.
TGP treatment significantly decreased the number of macrophages in the glomeruli and tubulointerstitial areas (Figs.
Histological changes were evaluated by quantitative measurement of tubulointerstitial injury, which was assessed by counting the number of necrotic and apoptotic cells, loss of tubular brush border, tubular dilatation, cast formation, and neutrophil infiltration.
High uric acid also aids in the development of other diseases like the albuminuria microvascular disease glomerulosclerosis and tubulointerstitial fibrosis (Nakagawa et al.
Consistent with a reduced GFR on clinical presentation, collapsing FSGS cases have more tubulointerstitial injury than those with the tip variant [15,18,20,29].
The tubulointerstitial injury, cast nephropathy, is the most common cause of severe AKI in patients with MM ([congruent to] 90% of cases).
The renal origin of miR-21 can by postulated not only because of the lack of correlation between plasma and urine concentrations (37) but also because miR-21 has been shown to be produced in the renal tubulointerstitial area in mice (38).
2,5-7) Systemic diseases that may be associated with uveitis in children include juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), Behcet's disease, sarcoidosis, tubulointerstitial nephritis, and Kawasaki disease.
Extrapancreatic manifestations are observed in 19% to 50% of cases and include multifocal biliary strictures, renal lesions from tubulointerstitial nephritis, retroperitoneal fibrosis, Sjogren's syndrome, and inflammatory bowel disease (Figures 11 and 12).
The typical lesion is tubulointerstitial nephritis, characterized by interstitial edema and dense focal infiltration of predominantly mononuclear cells.