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    kidney pictures

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    I need some kidney pathology pictures, so who will be nice enough to post some kidney picture and if they can give a little explanation of how to identifi it, if not just post the picture says what it is and other member can ask and review from there.

    A 22 year old male patient goes to your office complaining because he now has some white patches in his mouth, he is feeling weak, he has been having episodes of diarrhea that comes and goes but lately has not stop the diarrhea, he also says that he does not like to use a condom during sex because it does not feels the same, and he has several sexual partners.

    What type of kidney pathology will you most likely will find in this patient?
    What are the whites patches in his mouth?
    What is the treatment for the white patches and the MOA?
    Last edited by IMG SURVIVOR; 09-16-2006 at 12:11 AM.
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    why even bother with the obvious. Just know where you are need it and where you can help the most.

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    hivan - collapsing nephropathy - a variant of FSGS.
    OC..oral candidiasis -opp inf in HIV
    fluconazole....inhibits syn of fungal sterols

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    kidney slides

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    kidney slides......if it is ok then i can send more
    exlanations of slides:
    slide 1:Potter's facies
    This infant has low set ears, beak-like nose, and a receding chin. This syndrome is associated with bilateral autosomal recessive polycystic renal disease, renal dysplasia and renal agenesis.
    slide 2:Autosomal recessive polycystic renal disease
    This is an autopsy from an infant with bilateral markedly enlarged cystic kidneys. This is a very common cause of a palpable abdominal mass in a newborn and the kidneys may reach such a large size that it may impede delivery of the infant. It is incompatible with life. Mothers have oligohydramnios.
    slide 3:Normal glomerulus-electron micrograph
    This slide shows 2 capillary lumens (CL) and associated endothelial cells. These are podocytes on epithelial side of the basement membrane. M designates mesangial cell.
    slide 4:This slide demonstrates podocytes or foot processes of the visceral epithelial cell on the right side of the basement membrane. Lining the basement membrane on the opposite side of the basement membrane are endothelial cell cytoplasmic extensions.
    slide 5:Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (adult polycystic renal disease)
    This slide is a gross specimen showing an enlarged cystic kidney. This is the most common inherited renal disease. It has an aberrant gene on the short arm of chromosome 16. Patients present in the fourth decade with hypertension and progress into renal failure within 10 years
    Last edited by drdeb; 11-11-2006 at 06:18 PM. Reason: to give the explanation of slides

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    Thanks....!!!

    appreciate the effort...

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    that is very very nice

    THANKS
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