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Focal Embolic Glomerulonephritis


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  • No abnormal serum creatinine, serum creatinine clearance or urinalysis levels were present.[karger.com]
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  • Most of the disease seen by pathologists is... glomerular disease. It is one of the few areas that routinely requires electron microscopy. Medical kidney is niche area in pathology.[librepathology.org]
  • We, therefore, studied patients with infective endocarditis over the past few years in whom renal tissue had been available for examination by a pathologist. The aim was to categorize their renal disease according to current pathological views.[academic.oup.com]
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Vascular Disease
  • diseases of the kidney 283 Hemolytic uremic syndrome and thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura 297 Renal involvement in dysproteinemias 314 The hyperuricemic nephropathies 327 Therapy of renal disorders in liver disease 334 The management of renal insufficiency[books.google.com]
  • Collagen vascular diseases - eg, systemic lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis, polyarteritis nodosa, Henoch-Schönlein purpura, vasculitides. Metabolic diseases - eg, diabetes mellitus, amyloidosis.[patient.info]
  • COLLAGEN VASCULAR DISEASES The collagen vascular diseases are systemic disorders of unknown cause characterized by multiorgan inflammation and unpredictable remissions and exacerbations.[glowm.com]
  • Such ocular findings are not pathogno-monic of endocarditis; they may be observed in patients with other disorders, such as severe anemia or collagen vascular diseases.[what-when-how.com]
  • […] as a Consequence of Direct and Indirect Trauma 161 Permeability Changes M SEYR and N J MUTZ 176 Cardiac Function During Hypovolemia 194 KOIDL BERND Ph D 200 Response of the Macrocirculation G GUTIERREZ and S D BROWN 215 Tissue Oxygenation 230 STEPHAN RABIE[books.google.com]
  • […] glomerulonephritis protein proteinuria rabbit rapidly progressive renal biopsies renal disease renal hypertension renin sclerosis serum sickness serum sickness nephritis SHIGEMATSU subendothelial therapy thickening tissue treatment tubular two-kidney hypertension uremia[books.google.com]
  • Los dos niños de la primera familia fallecieron a los 10 y 12 meses (sin autopsia) bajo los signos clínicos de una uremia.[thieme-connect.com]
  • The incidence of renal insufficiency in endocarditis has diminished since the advent of effective antibiotic therapy. 15-25% of deaths in endocarditis were accompanied by uremia in the pre-antibiotic era, whereas less than 5% of deaths were due to uremia[antimicrobe.org]
Dark Urine
  • Three examples of these types are: Acute postinfectious it: This form of this follows an infection and often causes high blood pressure, dark urine, water retention and swelling because of kidney failure.[medigoo.com]


  • Rapidly progressive GN workup: hepatitis viral panel was negative.[dovepress.com]
  • There are no established guidelines on the diagnostic workup or management of nephrotic syndrome.[aafp.org]
  • […] consistent with IE Echocardiogram results consistent with IE but not meeting major echocardiographic criteria A definitive clinical diagnosis can be made based on the following: 2 major criteria 1 major criterion and 3 minor criteria 5 minor criteria See Workup[emedicine.medscape.com]
  • […] and recipient selection in renal transplantation 587 Immunosuppression and treatment of rejection in renal transplantation 595 XIII 606 Renal tubular and metabolic dysfunction following kidney homotransplantation 617 Infectious malignant surgical 630 Nephrolithiasis[books.google.com]
  • Renal Disease Interstitial Cystitis, Painful Bladder Syndrome ( Questionnaire ) Interstitial Nephritis Interstitial Nephritis, Karyomegalic Ivemark's syndrome JC Virus Nephropathy Joubert Syndrome Ketamine-Associated Bladder Dysfunction Kidney Stones, Nephrolithiasis[kidney.nyc]
Abnormal Renal Function
  • Twelve patients (19%) presented initially to nephrologists with abnormal renal function and/or abnormal urinalysis and were subsequently found to have infective endocarditis.[academic.oup.com]
  • Before delivery, seven of the nine had abnormal renal function. One patient who had glomerulosclerosis and ARF died 3 days after termination of her pregnancy at 16 weeks' gestation.[glowm.com]
Abnormal Renal Function
  • Twelve patients (19%) presented initially to nephrologists with abnormal renal function and/or abnormal urinalysis and were subsequently found to have infective endocarditis.[academic.oup.com]
  • Before delivery, seven of the nine had abnormal renal function. One patient who had glomerulosclerosis and ARF died 3 days after termination of her pregnancy at 16 weeks' gestation.[glowm.com]


  • 545 Dialysis ultrafiltration and hemofiltration 555 Use of drugs in uremia and dialysis 567 Donor and recipient selection in renal transplantation 587 Immunosuppression and treatment of rejection in renal transplantation 595 XIII 606 Renal tubular and[books.google.com]
  • C 16 Corticosteroid treatment has no proven benefit, but is recommended by some physicians for persons with nephrotic syndrome who are not responsive to conservative treatment.[aafp.org]
  • Adult prognosis is variable and largely related to the underlying cause, its severity, progression and response to any treatment used to modify it.[patient.info]


  • Prognosis of post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis: Chandigarh study . Ann. Acad. Med. Singapore 11 , 36–41 (1982). 75. Clark, G. et al . Poststreptococcal glomerulonephritis in children: clinicopathological correlations and long-term prognosis .[nature.com]
  • Most importantly, we performed repeat biopsy to elucidate the prognosis and turnover of this condition.[spandidos-publications.com]
  • Prognosis This is very variable depending on the underlying cause. Congenital nephrotic syndrome usually carries a very poor prognosis. Corticosteroids have reduced the mortality rate in children to around 3% [ 17 ].[patient.info]
  • The prognosis is significantly influenced by proper diagnosis and adequate therapy. In cases with unconfirmed IE, besides careful clinical examination, transesophageal echocardiography is the imaging technique of choice.[link.springer.com]


  • The etiology may be embolic or immune. The association with Streptococcus viridans during the pre antibiotic era has been superceded by a more frequent association with Staphylococcus aureus.[rwjms1.umdnj.edu]
  • In the setting of an infectious etiology, pleocytosis may be evident.[medigoo.com]
  • Definition Etiology Differential diagnoses of nephrotic syndrome Associations Findings Treatment Minimal change disease Most common cause of nephrotic syndrome in children Can be associated with tumors (e.g., Hodgkin lymphoma ) LM: no changes EM: effacement[amboss.com]
  • A Gram stain and culture of material from a skin lesion sometimes can reveal the etiologic agent and thus direct antibiotic therapy. Emboli are common in ABE.[what-when-how.com]
  • Associations: [61] Smoking - common; thought to be important in the etiology. [62] Hypertension. Microscopic Features: [61] Looks like diabetic nodular glomerulosclerosis. IF Nonspecific. EM Nonspecific.[librepathology.org]


  • This Review focuses on acute postinfectious glomerulonephritis, and covers its epidemiology, presentation, pathology, pathogenesis, treatment and outcomes.[nature.com]
  • During the past 3 decades although, a major shift has occurred in the epidemiology, characteristics, and outcomes of this disease.[dovepress.com]
  • Epidemiological data: Over the 26 years (1991-2016), there were 777 notifications of APSGN, of which Indigenous people comprised 94 %. Males represented 411 (53%) episodes and median age was 7 years (range 0-64).[anzsnasm.com]
  • […] subgroups has changed, as have many other aspects of its epidemiology.[what-when-how.com]
  • Infective endocarditis epidemiology over five decades: a systematic review. PLoS One. 2013. 8 (12):e82665. [Medline]. Mendiratta P, Tilford JM, Prodhan P, Cleves MA, Wei JY.[emedicine.medscape.com]
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Age distribution


  • To gain a better understanding of the pathophysiological events it was necessary to examine and to describe different models that simulate and reproduce these events.[books.google.com]
  • Definition / general Most common cause of nephrotic syndrome in adults (40%); 5% of cases in children Diffuse glomerular wall thickening due to in situ immune complexes (electron dense) in glomerular basement membrane but NOT in mesangium Pathophysiology[pathologyoutlines.com]
  • References: [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [1] [9] [10] [11] Pathophysiology Structural damage of glomerular filtration barrier massive renal loss of protein reactively increased hepatic protein synthesis Loss of negative charge of GBM loss of selectivity of[amboss.com]
  • The underlying pathophysiology of nephrotic syndrome is not completely clear. 4 Although the more intuitive “underfill” mechanism of edema from reduced oncotic pressure caused by marked proteinuria may be the primary mechanism in children with acute[aafp.org]
  • Pathophysiologic considerations Septic embolism is most commonly associated with IE, septic thrombophlebitis, periodontal and various systemic infections, as well as central venous catheter and implanted device infections [ 2 ].[intechopen.com]


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  • The management of less acute disease is largely directed towards the control of blood pressure in an attempt to prevent or retard progressive renal disease.[enetmd.com]
  • ANTIBIOTICS There are no data from prospective clinical trials about treatment and prevention of infection in adults with nephrotic syndrome.[aafp.org]
  • Good control of blood sugar levels and blood pressure may prevent or slow kidney damage.[medigoo.com]
  • A quality study on the topic of optimal VTE prevention/treatment in patients with NS is scarce with a lack of randomized controlled trials in the subject area.[anzsnasm.com]

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