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Lymphomas diagnosed by percutaneous kidney biopsy.
BACKGROUND Occult renal lymphoma clinically mimicking renal medical disease constitutes a diagnostic challenge to nephrologists, radiologists, and renal pathologists. The clinical and radiologicalExpand
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Consistent genomic alterations in carcinoma in situ of the urinary bladder confirm the presence of two major pathways in bladder cancer development
Bladder cancer develops through different pathways, provisionally entitled “papillary” and “invasive.” Carcinoma in situ (CIS) is thought to be the precursor of invasive bladder cancer. However,Expand
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Cytodiagnostic urinalysis is very useful in the differential diagnosis of acute renal failure and can predict the severity.
Cytodiagnostic urinalysis was tested to determine its utility in the differential diagnosis of acute renal failure (ARF). Fifty-one patients with acute renal failure were included and evaluatedExpand
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Morphology of ischemic acute renal failure, normal function, and cyclosporine toxicity in cyclosporine-treated renal allograft recipients.
To characterize morphologic changes in the early post-transplant period in cyclosporine-treated renal allograft recipients, we examined biopsies from three groups of cyclosporine-treated patients:Expand
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Renal structural abnormalities following recovery from acute puromycin nephrosis.
BACKGROUND Rats that recover from acute puromycin nephrosis later develop widespread glomerular and tubulointerstitial injury. The current study sought to identify structural changes present in theExpand
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Elastin Organization in Pig and Cardiovascular Disease Patients' Pericardial Resistance Arteries
Peripheral vascular resistance is increased in essential hypertension. This involves structural changes of resistance arteries and stiffening of the arterial wall, including remodeling of theExpand
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Clinical validation and reproducibility of the Banff schema for renal allograft pathology.
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Kidney allograft with a lymphocytic infiltrate: acute rejection, posttransplantation lymphoproliferative disorder, neither, or both entities?
The two cases presented illustrate the diagnostic difficulties and recommend an approach to use in patients in whom features of acute renal allograft rejection and posttransplant lymphoproliferativeExpand
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