glomerulonephritis

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nephritis marked by inflammation of the glomeruli of the kidney

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Focal necrosis and syncytial formation within lymph nodes were identified, together with glomerulitis and syncytial cell formation in the kidney.
Focal necrosis and syncytial formation within lymph nodes was identified, together with glomerulitis and syncytial cell formation in the kidney.
The identification of glomerular abnormalities, including mesangial hypercellularity or sclerosis, segmental scarring, crescent formation, glomerulitis, or glomerular basement membrane alterations should lead to additional IF and EM studies.
Dwight Robinson of Harvard Medical School showed that in mice fed with fish oil the incidence of glomerulitis, one kind of kidney disease, was reduced, while necrotizing vasculitis, another kind of kidney disease, seemed to be aggravated by the supplement.
The infant also had moderate neutrophil and macrophage infiltration of the umbilicus at the body wall; neutrophilic inflammation in the media and adventitia of 1 umbilical artery at the level of the bladder; and mild, unilateral, focal, segmental, neutrophilic glomerulitis and tubulointerstitial nephritis.