Renal pathology

Anatomic pathology has a subfield called renal pathology that focuses with the diagnosis and analysis of kidney disease. Renal pathologists engage closely with nephrologists and transplant surgeons in a medical environment; these specialists frequently obtain diagnostic samples via interventional renal biopsy. To arrive at a definitive diagnosis, the renal pathologist must combine information from conventional microscope histology, electron microscopy, and antibody. Medical renal disorders can damage one or more of the following compartments: capillaries, tubules and interstitial fluid, or renal pelvis             

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