(redirected from glomerular sclerosis)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia.
Related to glomerular sclerosis: focal glomerular sclerosis, Diabetic nephropathy
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for sclerosis

References in periodicals archive ?
Class VI is defined as advanced amyloid deposition with more than 76% extension of glomerular amyloid deposition, more than 50% glomeruli, and glomerular amyloid balls with or without global glomerular sclerosis.
In contrast, segmental glomerular sclerosis was more common in biopsies from nondiabetic patients.
Of the reported CTCL patients with renal involvement, four had IgA nephritis, two had focal segmental glomerular sclerosis, one had minimal change disease, and one had membranous nephropathy.
Glomerular sclerosis is extremely unlikely to occur in patients who are treated with cyclosporine for less than 12 months and in whom there is an insignificant rise in creatinine levels.
Helena's other four children - Robert, Wayne, Helen and Richard - were all diagnosed with glomerular sclerosis in the same year.
Russell also showed an improvement in kidney function and in the severity of glomerular sclerosis in pre-diabetic rats treated with chromium picolinate, suggesting a potential renal protective benefit.
Other authors began to report progressive renal disease in nephrotic patients coinciding with progressive glomerular sclerosis and increased interstitial scarring.
This represents a late stage of LGN and a culmination of multiple relapses of lupus nephritis, leading to progressive chronic tubulointerstitial scarring, global glomerular sclerosis, and vascular sclerosis.