Sh. Takebayashi

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The electron microscopic examination of 116 human renal biopsies from patients with proliferative glomerulonephritis has shown the following results: The electron dense deposits in the mesangial matrix or in the capillary basement membrane were considered as an evidence of a relatively fresh inflammatory process against the glomerular capillary loops. In(More)
In the earliest phase following transplantation, infiltrations of polymorphnuclear leukocytes appear (1st week) in the sub-endothelial and median areas. With the onset of a predominantly round-cell infiltration (3rd week) distinct transformation of muscle fibres and to an increasing extent necroses of the smooth muscle cells in the immediate proximity of(More)
The electron microscopic findings in membranous glomerulonephritis from 27 German and 25 Japanese adult patients with nephrotic syndrome have been described. At the beginning of the disease massive deposits were seen in the epimembraneum of the capillary loops. In chronic cases these deposits were found at the epithelial side of the basement membrane, which(More)
Homocystinuria is characterized by a pronounced deficiency of the enzyme cystathionine synthetase. The pathomorphological alterations of the vessel wall are described. In the aorta the elastic fibers are fragmented and the smooth muscle cells are atrophic and decreased in number. Basically, the same alterations can be demonstrated in small vessels and(More)
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