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*nephrotic syndrome of children
*Lipid-laden renal cortices
*fusion of epithelial foot processes
*responds to steroids
Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis
*nephrotic syndrome
*sclerosis within capillary tufts of deep juxtamedullary glomeruli
*Focal and segmental distribution
Membranous glomerulonephritis
*nephrotic syndrome of teens and YA
*thickened capillary walls
*subepithelial immune complexes
*spike and dome appearance
*assoc w/ renal vein thrombosis
*w/ 10% of SLE cases
Diabetic nephropathy
*nephrotic syndrome
*thick glomerular basement membrane
*Either
1)Diffuse glomerulosclerosis
2)Nodular glomerulosclerosis (Kimmelstiel-Wilson nodules)
Renal amyloidosis
*nephrotic syndrome
*subendothelial deposits w/ criss-cross fibrillary pattern
*associate with rheumatoid & multiple myeloma
Lupus nephropathy type IV
*nephrotic syndrome
*wire-loop abnormalities
*subendothelial imune complex
*diffuse
Nephrotic syndrome
*massive proteinuria
*hypoalbuminia
*edema
*hyperlipidemia & hypercholesterolemia
Nephritic syndrome
*oliguria
*azotemia
*hypertension
*hematuria
Poststreptococcal glomerulonephritis
*nephritic syndrome
*immune complex
*complete recovery
*punctuated hemorrhages
*enlarged glomeruli
*electron dense "humps"
*"lumpy-bumpy" immunoflourescence
Rapidly progressing glomerulonehritis type I or II
*nephritic syndrome
*cresentic glomeruli
*ANCA -
*associate with Goodpastures or poststrept
Rapidly progressing glomerulonephritis type III
*nephritic syndrome
*cresentic glomeruli
*ANCA +
Goodpastures syndrome
*nephritic syndrome
*RPGN (crescentic)
*pneumonitis w/ hemoptysis
*men in mid 20's
*Lineral immnofluorescent IgG
Focal glomeruclonephritis
*nephritic syndrome
*inflammatory & proliferative
*focal and segmental
*immune complex associated
Alport syndrome
*nephritic syndrome
*deafness and ocular disorders
*end stage by 30
*aplha 5 chain of type IV collagen defect
*splitting of lamina densa
IgA nephropathy (Berger)
*benign recurrent hematuria in children
Membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis type I
*slow progression to chrinic renal disease
*tram-track appearance(bm splits in two)
*immune complex type
Membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis type I
*slow progression to chrinic renal disease
*tram-track appearance(bm splits in two)
*dense deposit type
*C3 nephritic factor
E Coli
Most frequent UTI