interstitial nephritis

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interstitial nephritis

[¦in·tər¦stish·əl nə′frīd·əs]
(medicine)
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In our case, the renal biopsy displayed an eosinophilic infiltrate suggestive of acute interstitial nephritis, compatible with hypersensitivity reaction to AZA, in which polymorphonuclear infiltrate constitutes the most reported histological feature, but with one case of eosinophil-rich infiltrate being also stated (2).
This report describes the second known case of biopsy-proven sunitinib-induced acute interstitial nephritis [7].
Shoja, "Multiple myeloma presented as acute interstitial nephritis and rheumatoid arthritis-like polyarthritis," American Journal of Hematology, vol.
Studies dating back 25 years, however, demonstrate that proton pump inhibitors themselves can induce acute interstitial nephritis, which is a condition in which spaces between the kidney tubules become swollen and interfere with filtration of toxins out of one's blood.
Acute Uses of some analgesics have been reported to interstitial be implicated in acute interstitial nephritis nephritis and with or without minimal change minimal-change glomerulopathy.
Other HIV-associated conditions, including bacterial or viral infections and nephrotoxicity of antiretroviral therapy (ART), induce specific kidney damage such as acute tubular necrosis (ATN) and acute interstitial nephritis (AIN) (8,10).
Arora suggested the reason PPIs might cause CKD is that over time, the kidneys might become damaged if patients suffer repeated bouts of acute interstitial nephritis, a form of tissue inflammation linked to short-term PPI use.
The whole spectrum of morphological changes on renal histology has been reported in malarial nephropathy, acute tubular necrosis resulting from hemodynamic changes, acute interstitial nephritis refractory to tubular injury or resulting from acute inflammatory response, then glomerular changes as part of acute post infectious process or indicating immune mediated changes.
The drugs that induce acute interstitial nephritis are given in Table 10.
Renal biopsy in eight patients demonstrated acute tubular injury in six cases, and features of acute interstitial nephritis in three.
A case of cocaine-induced acute interstitial nephritis. [Case Reports].
The most common forms of intrinsic kidney injury are acute tubular necrosis (ATN), acute interstitial nephritis (AIN), and contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN).

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