Current Concepts of Tubulointerstitial Nephritis View Full Text


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DATE

1982

AUTHORS

Ramzi S. Cotran

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this chapter is to summarize current views on the morphologic and clinical definition of interstitial nephritis, since many of the environmental agents, toxins, and drugs discussed in this book cause renal injury which affects primarily renal tubules and interstitium. It is generally agreed that a purely morphologic definition or classification of interstitial nephritis is of little value, since the histologic alterations are relatively nonspecific, and give little indication of etiology and pathogenesis. Rather, the terms interstitial nephritis or tubulointerstitial nephritis (or nephropathy) are used to describe a diverse group of renal disorders, caused by a variety of etiologic agents, in which the predominant morphologic involvement is in the tubules and the interstitium. More... »

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189-195

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  • 1975-04. Tubular and interstitial renal disease due to immunologic mechanisms in KIDNEY INTERNATIONAL
  • 1982-03. Glomerulosclerosis in reflux nephropathy in KIDNEY INTERNATIONAL
  • 1978-01. Capillarosclerosis of the lower urinary tract in analgesic (phenacetin) abuse in VIRCHOWS ARCHIV A PATHOLOGICAL ANATOMY AND HISTOPATHOLOGY
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    Nephrotoxic Mechanisms of Drugs and Environmental Toxins

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