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Medical Kidney Diseases: Morphology-Based Novel Approach to Renal Biopsy

Huma Fatima, MD

Medical Kidney Diseases: Morphology-Based Novel Approach to Renal Biopsy is designed to provide brief and concise yet comprehensive information for practicing pathologists, pathology residents, and nephrology fellows. It presents a simple and practical approach to renal biopsy by providing a pertinent differential diagnosis related to various patterns of injuries involving renal parenchyma by light microscopy and reaching a correct diagnosis by assimilating immunofluorescence and electron microscopy findings.

The book is divided into four sections: glomerular, vascular, tubulointerstitial, and transplant renal pathology. It is further divided into subsections based on the particular pattern of injury by light microscopy. A differential diagnosis is followed by real-life cases taken from the author’s practice, illustrated by numerous photomicrographs. It includes up-to-date classification schemes for membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis (MPGN) and focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) variants as well as Banff 97 criteria for acute cellular rejection and International Society of Nephrology/Renal Pathology Society (ISN/RPS) classification of lupus nephritis.

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Sample pages (PDF, 30.2 MB)

Softcover; 92 pages; 245+ photomicrographs, exhibits, and tables; 2019
ISBN: 978-194109648-2





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Presents a simple and practical approach to nephrology/renal biopsy by providing a pertinent differential diagnosis related to various patterns of injuries involving renal parenchyma by light microscopy, reaching a correct diagnosis by assimilating immunofluorescence and electron microscopy findings. Divided into four sections: glomerular, vascular, tubulointerstitial, and transplant renal pathology. Differential diagnosis is followed by real-life cases illustrated by numerous photomicrographs.