5 edition of Interstitial nephropathies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||volume editors, K. Kühn and J. Brod.|
|Series||Contributions to nephrology ;, v. 16|
|Contributions||Kühn, K., Brod, J.|
|LC Classifications||RC918.N37 I57 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 168 p. :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||81471676|
Most often, interstitial nephritis is a short-term disorder. In rare cases, it can cause permanent damage, including chronic kidney failure. Acute interstitial nephritis may be more severe and more likely to lead to long-term or permanent kidney damage in older people. Renal Involvement in Tropical Diseases Echinococcosis Quartan malaria Schistosoma hemalobium Schistosoma mansoni Schistosoma mansoni Plasmodium falciparum Filariasis FIGURE Global distribution of important parasitic nephropathies. Note the high prevalence of schistosomal, malarial, filarial, and echinococcal renal complications in Africa;.
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) occur when bacteria, often originating from the fecal flora, migrate via the urethra to the bladder causing symptomatic cystitis or asymptomatic bacteriuria (1). Further ascension via the ureters leads to infection of the normally sterile kidneys, termed pyelonephritis, which is commonly defined as a tubulointerstitial disorder whose gross Author: Ferdinand X. Choong, Haris Antypas, Agneta Richter-Dahlfors. Nephropathy definition is - an abnormal state of the kidney; especially: one associated with or secondary to some other pathological process.
Interstitial nephritis is a renal condition resulting from a variety of causes such as immune-mediated injury, medications, infections, and other mechanisms. It is an important cause of renal failure. Interstitial Nephritis (Tubulo-Interstitial Nephritis): Read more about Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Complications, Causes and Prognosis. Reference Center for Hereditary Kidney Diseases (MARHEA) Inserm U Necker Hospital, Paris Descartes University A New Gene for Hereditary Tubulo Interstitial Nephropathies Actualités Necker-J Hamburger
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: Interstitial Nephropathies: 6th Symposium on Nephrology, Hannover, May (Contributions to Nephrology, Vol. 16) (): J. Brod, K. Kühn, C. Tubulo-interstitial nephropathies. New York: Churchill Livingstone, (OCoLC) Online version: Tubulo-interstitial nephropathies.
New York: Churchill Livingstone, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ramzi S Cotran. Tubulo-Interstitial Nephropathies by Alberto Amerio,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Alberto Amerio Pasquale Coratelli Shaul G. Massry TUBULO-INTERSTITIAL NEPHROPATHIES 1 STRUCTURAL, ASPECTS OF THE RENAL INTERSTITIUM AND K.V.
LEMLEY Institute of Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of Heidelberg, D Heidelberg 1, F.R.G. Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles, Division of Nephrology, Los Angeles, : Paperback. Interstitial nephropathies book Tubulo-Interstitial Nephropathies Proceedings of the 4th Bari Seminar in Nephrology, Bari, Italy, April 25–28, Editors: Amerio, Alberto, Coratelli, Pasquale.
This chapter describes the pathology and pathophysiology of interstitial nephropathies and pyelonephritis in the aged. Interstitial nephropathies are Author: Anastasius S. Dontas, Yassilios D. Tzias. Tubulo-Interstitial Nephropathies Proceedings of the 4th Bari Seminar in Nephrology, Bari, Italy, April 25–28, Interstitial nephritis may present with a variety of signs and symptoms, many Interstitial nephropathies book these nonspecific.
Fever is the most common, occurring in % of patients, particularly those with drug-induced interstitial nephritis. Other general symptoms that occur with variable frequency include nausea, vomiting, fatigue, lack of appetite, and weight lty: Nephrology.
Dieter Haffner, Richard Nissel, in Comprehensive Pediatric Nephrology, Tubular and Interstitial Nephropathies. Tubular dysfunction characterized by losses of electrolytes, bicarbonate, and water can lead to severe growth failure, even in the presence of normal glomerular function.
The growth-suppressive effects of isolated tubular defects are illustrated. Such markers have been applied in a number of epidemiological studies to show an increased risk for mainly tubulo-interstitial nephropathies resulting from exposure to toxic metals (cadmium, mercury, lead, chromium(VI), arsenic) and hydrocarbons (aliphatic, aromatic and halogenated) used as organic solvents, intermediate products in the Author: I.
Franchini, A. Mutti. Diseases such as urinary tract infection, interstitial nephropathies, glomerulonephritis, renal vasculitis, renal cyst, acute renal failure, and obstructive uropathy are also explained.
While the book is primarily a valuable reference for medical practitioners in the field, it also caters to students and casual : Except for MGN, interstitial damage was frequent in all groups and associated with a low GFR (P Cited by: Interstitial nephritis can be acute (sudden) or chronic (long term).
Symptoms of interstitial nephritis The most common symptom of interstitial nephritis is a decrease in the amount a person urinates. Toxic Nephropathies T ubular interstitial structures of the kidney are particularly vul-nerable in face of toxic compounds.
High concentration of the toxics in de medulla as well as medullary hypoxia and renal hypoperfusion could explain this particularity. Clinical nephrotoxici-ty involves toxins of diverse origin. The culprits are often. Tubulointerstitial nephropathies are found in more than one-fourth of kidney biopsy specimens obtained from HIV-infected patients, reports a study in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology.
The retrospective study included 59 consecutive renal biopsy specimens showing predominantly tubular lesions, interstitial lesions, or both in patients with HIV infection. Contrib Nephrol.
; Morphology of acute interstitial nephropathies. Zollinger HU, Mihatsch MJ. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]Cited by: 5. Purchase Chronic Renal Disease - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Patients at highest risk of drug-induced nephrotoxicity are those with one or more of the following: age older than 60 years, baseline renal insufficiency (e.g., GFR Cited by: Kidney disease, or renal disease, also known as nephropathy, is damage to or disease of a kidney.
Nephritis is an inflammatory kidney disease and has several types according to the location of the inflammation. Inflammation can be diagnosed by blood tests.
Nephrosis is non-inflammatory kidney disease. Nephritis and nephrosis can give rise to nephritic syndrome and Specialty: Nephrology, urology. crystalline nephropathies related to metabolic disorders Crystalline nephropathies can be observed in a variety of inherited or acquired metabolic disorders.
Urate crystal deposition in the kidney is the most common and can present as acute uric acid nephropathy, chronic urate nephropathy, or uric acid nephrolithiasis.nephropathy [nĕ-frop´ah-the] 1. any disease of the kidneys. adj., adj nephropath´ic. 2. any disease of the kidneys; see also nephritis.
Called also nephrosis. adj., adj nephropath´ic. AIDS nephropathy former name for HIV-associated nephropathy. analgesic nephropathy interstitial nephritis with renal papillary necrosis, seen in patients with a.Etymology . pyelo-(“ relating to the renal pelvis ”) + .
pyelonephritis (countable and uncountable, plural pyelonephritides) An ascending urinary tract infection of the renal pelvi, The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, Volumep The urinogenous or ascending nephropathies are divisible into two great groups (a) the .