The clinical and pathologic implications of plasmacytic infiltrates in percutaneous renal allograft biopsies.

@article{Meehan2001TheCA,
  title={The clinical and pathologic implications of plasmacytic infiltrates in percutaneous renal allograft biopsies.},
  author={Shane M. Meehan and P A Domer and Malin Josephson and Mandana Donoghue and Anup Sadhu and Louisa Tammy Ho and Andrew J. Aronson and James Richard Thistlethwaite and Mark L. Haas},
  journal={Human pathology},
  year={2001},
  volume={32 2},
  pages={
          205-15
        }
}
Plasmacytic infiltrates in renal allograft biopsies are uncommon and morphologically distinctive lesions that may represent variants of acute rejection. This study sought significant clinical and pathologic determinants that might have influenced development of these lesions and assessed their prognostic significance. Renal allograft biopsies (n = 19), from 19 patients, with tubulointerstitial inflammatory infiltrates containing abundant plasma cells, composing 32 +/- 8% of the infiltrating… CONTINUE READING
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