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General: Primary referencesanatomycongenital anomaliesembryologyglomeruliphysiologyrenal disease-generalrenal hormonestubules and interstitium

Primary glomerular diseases: biopsy-generalglomerular disease-generalpathogenesisC1qchronic glomerulonephritiscollapsing glomerulopathycongenital nephrotic syndromediffuse mesangial hypercellularity with nephrotic syndromefibrillary GNfocal proliferative and necrotizing GNfocal and segmental GSfocal and segmental GS: HIV/IVDAglomerular tip lesionidiopathic nodular GSIgAimmunotactoidmembranoproliferative GNmembranous GNminimal changepost-infectious GNrapidly progressive (crescentic) GN

Hereditary renal disease: Alport’s syndromeBartter’s syndromecollagen type IIIFabry’s diseasefibronectinglutaric acidemiaglycogen storage diseasehereditary onycho-osteodysplasiainfantile nephropathic cystinosisLCAT deficiencylipoproteinochronosisthin membrane disease

Infections / parasites: abscessActinomycosisadenovirusBK virusCMVCoccidioidomycosisDioctophyma renaleE colihantavirusmicrosporidiosistuberculosis

Drug related toxicity: adefoviranalgesicschloroquinecyclosporin AgoldindinavirNSAIDoxycodonetacrolimus

Associated with systemic conditions: amyloidosisbone marrow transplant nephropathycryoglobulinemiadiabetic glomerulosclerosisheavy chain deposition diseaseHenoch-Schonlein purpuraHUS/TTPlight chain deposition diseasemicroscopic polyangiitismyelomapolyarteritis nodosapreeclampsiasarcoidosisSLE/lupussystemic sclerosisWegener’s granulomatosis

Tubular and interstitial disease: generalacute allergic tubulointerstitial nephritisacute pyelonephritisacute tubular necrosischronic pyelonephritisdrug toxicity-generalgranulomatous interstitial nephritiskaryomegalic nephropathyleadmalakoplakianephrocalcinosisurate nephropathyxanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis

Blood vessel disorders: atheroscleroticbenign nephrosclerosisdiffuse cortical necrosisembolihemosiderosisinfarctmalignant hypertensionrenal artery stenosissickle cellvenous thrombi

Kidney transplantation: generalacute rejectionchronic rejectionhyperacute rejectionBanff classification

Miscellaneous: dialysisobstructive uropathyradiation nephropathyurolithiasis

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Index (table of contents in alphabetical order)

A-E: abscessActinomycosisacute allergic tubulointerstitial nephritisacute pyelonephritisacute rejectionacute tubular necrosisadefoviradenovirusAlport’s syndromeamyloidosisanalgesicsanatomyatheroscleroticBanff classificationBartter’s syndromebenign nephrosclerosisbiopsy-generalBK virusbone marrow transplant nephropathyC1q glomerulopathychloroquinechronic glomerulonephritischronic pyelonephritisCMVCoccidioidomycosiscollagen type IIIcollapsing glomerulopathycongenital anomaliescongenital nephrotic syndromechronic rejectioncryoglobulinemiacyclosporin Adiabetic glomerulosclerosisdialysisdiffuse cortical necrosisdiffuse mesangial hypercellularity with nephrotic syndromeDioctophyma renaledrug toxicity-generalE coliemboliembryology

F-N: Fabry’s diseasefibrillary GNfibronectin glomerulopathyfocal and segmental GSfocal and segmental GS: HIV/IVDAfocal proliferative and necrotizing GNglomerular disease-generalglomerular tip lesionglomeruliglomerulopathy-pathogenesisglutaric acidemiaglycogen storage diseasegoldgranulomatous interstitial nephritishantavirusheavy chain deposition diseasehemosiderosisHenoch-Schonlein purpurahereditary onycho-osteodysplasiaHUS/TTPhyperacute rejectionidiopathic nodular GSIgA glomerulopathyimmunotactoid glomerulopathyindinavirinfantile nephropathic cystinosisinfarctkaryomegalic nephropathyLCAT deficiencyleadlight chain deposition diseaselipoprotein glomerulpathymalakoplakiamalignant hypertensionmembranoproliferative GNmembranous GNmicroscopic polyangiitismicrosporidiosisminimal change glomerulopathymyelomanephrocalcinosisNSAID

O-Z: obstructive uropathyochronosisoxycodonephysiologypolyarteritis nodosapost-infectious GNpreeclampsiaprimary referencesradiation nephropathyrapidly progressive (crescentic) GNrenal artery stenosisrenal disease-generalrenal hormonessarcoidosissickle cellSLE/lupussystemic sclerosistacrolimusthin membrane diseasetransplantation-generaltuberculosistubular disease-generaltubules and interstitiumurate nephropathyurolithiasisvenous thrombiWegener’s granulomatosisxanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis

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Primary references
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Silva’s Diagnostic Renal Pathology 2009
Websites: Atlas of Renal PathologyPathoPicWebpathology.com
Virtual slides: University of IowaUSCAP


Recent Kidney pathology (nontumor) books

Bostwick: 2014

Brenner: 2011

Chang: 2014

Colvin: 2011

D'Agati: 2005

Faa: 2014

Fogo: 2013

Gamble: 2011

Jennette: 2014

Lager: 2013

Rennke: 2013

Yang: 2014

Zollinger: 2011



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