Renal Disease: Classification and Atlas of Glomerular Diseases / Edition 2

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Reviewer: Mark Haas, MD, PhD (University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine)
Description: This is a comprehensive atlas of glomerular pathology, including light microscopic, immunofluorescence, and ultrastructural findings in a wide variety of common and rare diseases. Both primary renal diseases and systemic diseases involving the kidney are covered. This second edition contains more than 500 excellent quality illustrations (about 100 more than the first edition, published in 1982).
Purpose: The atlas is intended as a reference for both general pathologists and specialists in renal diseases. It aims to provide a classification of renal diseases based on morphology and, to a lesser extent, etiology, and both textual and illustrative descriptions of the morphologic features of both common and rare glomerular lesions. In general, these objects are met.
Audience: The book would appear to be most valuable for general pathologists and pathologists (or nephrologists) in training with limited experience with renal biopsies. Both the illustrations as well as tables provided for rapid review of different renal diseases make this book an excellent teaching and learning tool. Most experts in the area of renal pathology will appreciate the excellent illustrations of glomerular lesions that are seen only rarely even in busy renal pathology practices.
Features: The major attraction of this atlas is the number and superb quality of the illustrations. There is also a useful set of tables at the start of the book defining the terms used and listing the main clinical and pathologic features of each disease covered. The book is organized into 20 sections, based on the authors' morphologic/etiologic classification of glomerular lesions. Each section begins with several pages of text describing the morphologic and (to a lesser extent) clinical features of the lesions illustrated on the ensuing pages. At the end of the book is a section on the processing of renal biopsies that would be of value to pathologists and laboratories who receive such specimens only infrequently. The reference list is quite limited, but relatively current.
Assessment: This atlas is an excellent reference for general pathologists who encounter renal biopsies only infrequently and an excellent learning tool for pathologists and nephrologists-in-training. Text portions of the book are somewhat more detailed than in the first edition, and illustrations have been updated to include more recently described lesions.
Mark Haas
This is a comprehensive atlas of glomerular pathology, including light microscopic, immunofluorescence, and ultrastructural findings in a wide variety of common and rare diseases. Both primary renal diseases and systemic diseases involving the kidney are covered. This second edition contains more than 500 excellent quality illustrations (about 100 more than the first edition, published in 1982). The atlas is intended as a reference for both general pathologists and specialists in renal diseases. It aims to provide a classification of renal diseases based on morphology and, to a lesser extent, etiology, and both textual and illustrative descriptions of the morphologic features of both common and rare glomerular lesions. In general, these objects are met. The book would appear to be most valuable for general pathologists and pathologists (or nephrologists) in training with limited experience with renal biopsies. Both the illustrations as well as tables provided for rapid review of different renal diseases make this book an excellent teaching and learning tool. Most experts in the area of renal pathology will appreciate the excellent illustrations of glomerular lesions that are seen only rarely even in busy renal pathology practices. The major attraction of this atlas is the number and superb quality of the illustrations. There is also a useful set of tables at the start of the book defining the terms used and listing the main clinical and pathologic features of each disease covered. The book is organized into 20 sections, based on the authors' morphologic/etiologic classification of glomerular lesions. Each section begins with several pages of text describing the morphologic and (to alesser extent) clinical features of the lesions illustrated on the ensuing pages. At the end of the book is a section on the processing of renal biopsies that would be of value to pathologists and laboratories who receive such specimens only infrequently. The reference list is quite limited, but relatively current. This atlas is an excellent reference for general pathologists who encounter renal biopsies only infrequently and an excellent learning tool for pathologists and nephrologists-in-training. Text portions of the book are somewhat more detailed than in the first edition, and illustrations have been updated to include more recently described lesions.
Booknews
A monograph consisting of two sections. The first provides a listing of glomerular lesions and gives their definitions. It also presents the main clinical and morphological features of glomerular processes in a tabular form. The classification presented is based primarily on light microscopy but also provides information about electron microscopic and immunofluorescent features. The second section describes in detail and illustrates the various glomerular processes. An appendix contains information about some of the more useful histologic techniques and about examination of renal specimens. This edition is revised to reflect the many refinements in renal pathology since the first edition of 1982. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780896402577
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 1/28/1995
  • Edition description: 2nd ed
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 541

Table of Contents

Preface, Second Edition
Preface, First Edition
Introduction
Glossary of Terms 3
Table 1 Basic Glomerular Alterations 4
Table 2 Significant Modifying Glomerular Changes 6
Table 3 Clinical and Morphologic Correlations in Primary Glomerular Diseases (Glomerulonephritis and Related Conditions) 7
Table 4 Clinical and Morphologic Correlations in Secondary Glomerular Diseases (Systemic, Vascular, Metabolic, Hereditary, and Other Nephropathies) 10
Table 5 Clinical Syndromes and Glomerular Histopathology 19
Table 6 Clinical Manifestations of Primary Glomerular Diseases 21
Ch. 1 Normal Glomerulus 27
Ch. 2 Minor Glomerular Abnormalities 45
Ch. 3 Diffuse Membranous Glomerulonephritis 67
Ch. 4 Focal Glomerulonephritis 85
Ch. 5 Diffuse Mesangiocapillary Glomerulonephritis (Membranoproliferative Glomerulonephritis, Type I and Type III) 107
Ch. 6 Diffuse Crescentic Glomerulonephritis 133
Ch. 7 Lupus Nephritis 151
Ch. 8 IgA Nephropathy (IgA Mesangial Nephropathy, Berger Disease) 181
Ch. 9 Glomerular Lesions in Systemic Bacterial Infections 203
Ch. 10 Parasitic Glomerulopathies 231
Ch. 11 Systemic Vasculitis 255
Ch. 12 Thrombotic Microangiopathy (Hemolytic-Uremic Syndrome and Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura) 273
Ch. 13 Benign Nephrosclerosis 291
Ch. 14 Diabetic Glomerulopathy 311
Ch. 15 Dense Deposit Disease 327
Ch. 16 Nephropathy of Liver Disease 385
Ch. 17 Alport Syndrome 409
Ch. 18 Fabry Disease 445
Ch. 19 Nephropathy of Toxemia of Pregnancy (Preeclamptic Nephropathy) 481
Ch. 20 End-stage Kidney 493
Appendix: The Processing and Examination of Renal Biopsies 513
References 520
Index 533
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