Renal Pathology

Renal pathology is concerned with the identification of medical (non-neoplastic) diseases and, as a result, the diagnosis of kidney disease. Renal pathologists work with nephrologists and kidney transplant surgeons who specialize in diagnosing kidney conditions. A pathologist interprets biopsied tissue in a clinical context, consolidates findings from microscopy, microscopy, and establishes a diagnosis. Medical renal disease can affect tubules and interstitial, glomeruli, blood vessels, or a mixture of these departments.

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