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Vet Clin Path Resident 57s
【Renal tubule 】Cytology of the is usually of low cellularity. Sometimes, we may see beautiful tubules. Cytology can preserve tissue structures, too! 😉
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Shubharthi Kar, MD Aug 11
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Rachel Jul 30
Serious request can you help?...My Husband NEEDS a KIDNEY TRANSPLANT...Over 20 years of waiting. Every so often I tweet this. It never gets many retweets or likes but one day it might and I will find my Husband a Kidney Match.
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Jacob Hecksher-Sørensen Jul 30
Difficult not to be amazed by the biological complexity of the kidney....
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Daniel J Drucker Jul 7
“Our comprehensive analysis of epigenetic changes after injury in vivo has the potential to identify targets for therapeutic intervention”
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Dr. Nargis Kausar Jul 29
A poor lady with disease & chronic hypertension Needs weekly twice each dialysis followed by Though treatment from but needs to pay ⅔charges for treatment & for transportation ,food No source of income due to covid crisis
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Geor𝚐e⋗𝕲🇺🇸 Jul 23
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𝒥𝑒𝓃𝓃𝒶 𝒥𝒶𝒸𝓀𝓈🍩𝓃 Jul 14
🥳 4 years ago today since I had my 2nd @ Northern Gen & we are happily still going strong! Feeling lucky to be given the chance to live a normal life again... despite 2020 being anythin but normal 🤪I hope everyone is staying well - cherish every day!🤩🥰💝☀️
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Gary Knight Jul 18
Two photos that life can continue after cancer treatment After major surgery for cancer i honestly believed I word never walk again, incision was extremely deep severing major nerves A few months later stood on my feet for 12 hours raising money for children with cancer
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Dr. Deepak L. Bhatt Jul 22
Prevention of Heart Failure Events with Intensive versus Standard Blood Pressure Lowering Across the Spectrum of Kidney Function and Albuminuria: A SPRINT Substudy
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Andrew Malone Jul 16
Our latest work on immune cell chimerism in the rejecting kidney transplant using expressed SNVs and scRNAseq over 5000 macrophages and 3600 lymphocytes studied.
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ERA-EDTA Jul 25
Virtual Congress 2020: View the webcast of "Review and discussion of 3 cases with virtual microscopy, , and electron microscopy" by Jan Ulrich Becker as part of the Practical Course on Renal Molecular Pathology 👉
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Annet Kirabo Jul 20
So honored to receive the Hypertension Top Paper Award! Thanks editors for choosing our work. We found dendritic cells mediate damage and salt sensitive via SGK1. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁦⁩ ⁦⁦
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Mount Sinai Division of Nephrology Jul 20
"A yearslong push to remove racist bias from testing gains new ground"
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National Kidney Foundation Aug 5
Most people live normal, healthy lives with one kidney. However it is important to protect the only you have. Here's what you need to know.
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NephroPOCUS Jul 30
Kidney on kidney or twin kidney appearance: left perinephric hematoma presenting 2 weeks after biopsy.
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Eryn Dixon Jul 22
While meetings may look a little different this year, opportunities for early career researchers are still going strong thanks to ! Submit your abstracts!
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NIHR Evidence Aug 5
People who had pre-diabetes before their diagnosis were more likely to have heart, or eye disease than those with normal blood sugar:
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Kam Kalantar-Zadeh Jul 15
hot: The Effects of on and Although high-protein diets continue to be popular for weight loss and type 2 diabetes, evidence suggests that worsening renal function may occur ...
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Nature Reviews Nephrology Aug 13
The vascular system and capillary networks
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