chronic pyelonephritis

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pyelonephritis that develops slowly and can lead to renal failure if untreated

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Pathological examination of the biopsy showed an infiltration by foam cells containing lipid inclusions, in association with chronic pyelonephritis lesions.
Presence of TCC exophytic lesion toward the ureteric lumen resulted in ureteric obstruction manifested by development of back pressure in the form of hydroureter and hydronephrosis with superimposed infection and complicated by pictures of chronic pyelonephritis and chronic gromerulonephritis that ended by development of chronic gromerulonephritis manifested both in laboratory and clinically.
At the early stages of CKD, the decreasing of protein reactive carbonyl products took place only in plasma of the patients with chronic pyelonephritis, as an initial form of the disease.
The case being reported had SCC of renal pelvis presenting as hydronephrosis and chronic pyelonephritis in the absence of renal calculi and other predisposing factors.
The analysis of repeated microbiological investigations showed that in patients with aggravations of chronic pyelonephritis in 60% of cases the same kind of the infectious agent was preserved, and in 35% cases the change of a microorganism was noted.
Nephrectomy was performed for benign kidney diseases in all cases consistent with chronic pyelonephritis and interstitial fibrosis without evidence of malignancy.
Chronic pyelonephritis is a longstanding form of kidney inflammation with symptoms that may be so mild that they go unnoticed.
This review will specifically address acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) nephropathy, acute and chronic pyelonephritis, renal and perirenal abscess, emphysematous pyelonephritis, emphysematous pyelitis, malacoplakia, diffuse and focal xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis, fungal infections, tuberculosis (TB), and replacement lipomatosis.
Hypertension was the leading cause of renal disease in 21 patients (68%); adult polycystic kidney disease in 4 (13%); chronic glomerulonephritis and chronic pyelonephritis in 2 each (6.
About the time Maria moved to Canada, she reached ESRD as a result of chronic pyelonephritis, which resulted in bilateral nephrectomies.
Although once thought to be diagnostic of chronic pyelonephritis, glitter cells are associated with dilute or hypotonic urine and may be seen in patients with lower urinary tract infections as well as chronic pyelonephritis.
But 5ft 6in Ceri had ballooned up to 19 stone - and with her condition, chronic pyelonephritis, kidney damage caused by recurrent kidney infections, she could not do much exercise.
Other causes of renal failure included hypertension, chronic pyelonephritis, immunoglobulin A nephropathy, and HIV nephropathy (only one of six patients tested was HIV seropositive).
In animals with chronic pyelonephritis there used to be antecedents of repeated infection in the urinary tract or acute pyelonephritis which leads to the chronic form with renal insufficiency (Maxie 1980).
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