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Renal disease which glomerulus is primary site of involvement and nature of disease is inflammation
Histologic signs of glomerular inflammation
Acute Nephritic syndromes are characteristic of what two renal diseases?
1.acute proliferative glomerulonephritis
Two types of Acute Proliferative Glomerulnephritis
Glomerular disease 1-4 weeks following streptococcal infection of pharynx, impetigo. typically children 6-10
Positive ASO titer test
poststreptococal glomerulonephritis, produced by group A beta-hemolytic strep bacteria
glomerular crescents, rapid and progressive loss of renal function, end stage renal disease short period of time
Rapidly Progressive (Crescentic) Glomerulonephritis
What GBM antigen is responsible for Anti-GBM disease in RPGN?
noncollagenous domain of the alpha 3 chain of type IV collagen
Anti-GBM with pulmonary hemorrhage (hemoptysi) and renal failure - what disease?
systemic vasculitis (Wegener granulomatosis, microscopic polyarteritis, or Churg-Strauss syndrome)
Pauci-immune GN of RPGN
IgA deposits in the mesangium, gross or microscopic hematuria, common type of GN worldwide
Systemic counterpart to IgA nephropathy
Henoch-schonlein purpura, vessel vasculitis with vessel wall IgA immune complex deposits
2 disease of hereditary syndromes of isolated hematuria
1. alport syndrome
2.thin basement membrane disease
Glomerular injury (hematuria and progressing to chronic renal failure), bilateral hearing loss, ocular lesions
Morphology: GBM shows irregular areas of thickening alternating with thinning, splitting and lamination of lamina densa (basket-weave appearance)
What gene is mutated in alport?
COL4A5 gene, Alpha-5 chain of type IV collagen, interfere with assembly and architecture of type IV collagen
Persistent microscopic hematuria, non-progressive disease, normal renal function, diffuse thining of GBM (150-200) on EM, IF negative
Thin Basement Membrane Disease (Benign Familial Hematuria)
Mutations in what genes causes thin basement membrane disease, hetero or homo?
COL4A3, COL4A4, alpha a3 or a4 for type IV collagen, hetero
Homozygosity of COL4A3/COL4A4 results in what?
autosomal-recessive Alport syndrome and progression to renal failure
Causes of Chronic Glomeruonephritis, which one is most common?
Rapidly Progressive GN (crescentic)-most common
FSGS, Membranoproliferative GN, membranous GN, IgA, Poststreptococca GN, idiopathic
Kidneys reduced in size, global glomerulosclerosis (hyalinized), damages in glomeruli, tubues, intersititum (fibrotic), vessels (sclerotic -narrowed)
Small, complexes on subepithelial side, proteinuria, nephrotic syndrom, low albumin, peripheral adema
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