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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Adenovirus tubulointerstitial nephritis presenting as a renal allograft space occupying lesion.
Tubulointerstitial injury associated with chemotherapeutic agents.
Pseudotumors due to IgG4 immune-complex tubulointerstitial nephritis associated with autoimmune pancreatocentric disease.
BCL-2 as a Potential Therapeutic Target in Human Lupus Tubulointerstitial Inflammation, Abstract OP0136, Thursday, June 11, 2:50 p.
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.
4] Other causes of renal disease in HIV-positive patients include tubulointerstitial nephritis from tuberculosis, drugs (tenofovir, rifampicin, sulfamethoxazole plus trimethoprim, amphotericin), and acute kidney injury due to sepsis.
2+]-induced morphological alterations, such as tubulointerstitial lesions (characterized by basophilic regenerating tubules with altered morphology of epithelial cells) and interstitial lymphotic cell infiltration (Figure 4B).
Other postmortem diagnoses were cholangiohepatitis, atherosclerosis, tubulointerstitial nephritis, membranoproliferative glomerulopathy, pneumonia, encephalitis, and enteritis with intraluminal ascarids.
There are variable tubulointerstitial findings typically with lymphocytic infiltrates in the interstitium and evidence of acute tubular injury.
64 (200-514) Survival prediction models Number of patients (M/F) 18(14/4) Tallinn/Linkoping 10/8 Age [+ or -] SD 69 [+ or -] 12 Months on dialysis, mean 30 [+ or -] 26 [+ or -] SD and min-max value 1-109 Kidney disease (rate of Atherosclerosis (2) occurrence) Cystic kidney disease (2) Diabetic nephropathy (6) Glomerulonephritis (2) Goodpastures syndrome (1) Hypertension (2) Myeloma (1) Renal tuberculosis (1) Tubulointerstitial nephritis (1) Dialysis access (N) a/v fistula (11) Graft (4) Temporary catheter (3) Dialyzer FX8 FX10 FX80 Dialysis machine Fresenius 4008 Fresenius 5008 Blood flow, mL/min 250-390 Session's duration, min 180-270 Sampling time Pre- and post-dialysis blood/dialysate samples.
TGP treatment significantly decreased the number of macrophages in the glomeruli and tubulointerstitial areas (Figs.
MIOX is upregulated during oxidative stress and hyperglycemia in vitro and in vivo, and this upregulation aggravates tubulointerstitial injury (15,16).