Flashcards in Test 1 Deck (229)
Which gland can be enlarged during bilateral renal agenesis?
Is adrenal hypoplasia more common as a unilateral or bilateral defect?
What other two organs can cysts manifest during ADPKD? Interfere with function?
liver and spleen
Why can ADPKD cause hemorrhage? What type of bleed?
What gene is affected during ARPKD?
Is ARPKD a smooth or rough appearing kidney?
What disease process is ARPKD associated with?
congenital hepatic fibrosis
What type of immunofluorescence pattern would Goodpastures have?
Which immunoglobulins are stained for with immune fluorescence?
Which complement proteins are stained for with immune fluorescence?
C3 and C1q
Which TWO light chains are stained for using immunofluorescence?
kappa and lambda light chains
What type of casts are seen during nephrotic syndrome?
What type of casts are seen during nephritic syndrome?
What structure 'breaks' during nephritic syndrome?
Is FSGS nephritic or nephrotic?
What is another name for Lipoid Nephrosis?
What is the cardinal feature of FSGS?
What is the most common virus to cause FSGS?
What is the most common drug to cause FSGS?
Familial FSGS can be caused by defective genes for what structure?
What does FSGS show on light microscopy ?
Which two proteins may be seen during IF regarding FSGS? Where?
IgM and C3
areas of sclerosis
What does membranous Glomerulopathy show on LM?
What does membranous Glomerulopathy show on IF?
granular IgG and C3
Where are the EM deposits seen during Membranous Glomerulopathy?
Is MPGN nephritic or nephrotic?
Does MPGN respond to seroids?
Where are the deposits seen during Type One MPGN?
Where are the deposits seen during Type Two MPGN?