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Urine Biomarkers Could Improve Diagnosis of Serious Kidney Allergic Reaction

News   Jun 25, 2019 | Original story from John Hopkins Medicine

 
Urine Biomarkers Could Improve Diagnosis of Serious Kidney Allergic Reaction

The histologic cross section of healthy kidney tissue on the left shows renal tubules (one seen within yellow circle) that reabsorb water and organic materials while secreting wastes. On the right, a cross section of a kidney impacted by acute interstitial nephritis shows inflammation and swelling of the tubules (as seen within the black circle). Credit: Division of Nephrology, Yale University School of Medicine

 
 
 

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