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DIT renal path HYQ

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most common nephrotic syndrome in children minimal change disease
IF:granular IC deposition; LM: diffuse capillary thickening membranous GN
IF: granular IC deposition; LM: hypercellular glomeruli acute poststreptococcal GN
IF: linear IC deposition Goodpastures (RPGN)
IF: deposition of IgG, IgM, IgA and C3 in the MESANGIUM Berger's (IgA)
kimmelstiel-wilson lesions (nodular glomerulosclerosis) diabetic glomerulonephropathy
most common nephrotic syndrome in adults membranous GN
EM: loss of epithelial foot processes minimal change disease
nephrotic syndrome a/w hep B membranoproliferative
nephrotic syndrome a/w HIV focal segmental
anti-GBM abs, hematuria, hemoptysis goodpasture's
EM: subendothelial humps and tram track appearance membranoproliferative
nephritis, deafness, cataracts alport
LM: crescent formation in the glomeruli RPGN
LM: segmental sclerosis and hyalinosis focal segmental
purpura on back of arms and legs, abdominal pain, IgA nephropathy bergers
LM; wire loop appearnace Lupus
apple green birefringence with congo red stain under polarized light amyloidosis
EM: spiking of the GBM due to electron dense subepithelial deposits membranous GN
RBC casts glomerulonephrtis, ischemia, malignant HTN
WBC casts acute pyelonephritis, tubulointerstitial inflammation, transplant rejection
bacterial cast acute pyelonephritis
epithelial cell cast nonspecific renal tubular damage
waxy cast advanced renal disease (ESRF)
fatty cast nephrotic syndrome
granular cast ATN
glomerular histology reveals multiple mesangial nodules. Bergers
A teenager with nephrotic syndrome and hearing loss Alports
4 yo with facial edema and proteinuria. Tx? corticosteroids
UTI from proteus. What type of renal stone? Aluminum Magnesium Phosphate
Long term acetaminophen = increased risk for? renal papillary necrosis
What arter prevents a horseshoe kidney from ascending in the abdomen? Inf Mesenteric A.
fever, rash, eosinophilia, azotemia AIN
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