When the student has studied issues related to the urinary tract, it will unfold easily in the terminology of diseases of the kidney, bladder and urinary tract. You will know their macroscopic and microscopic aspects and their molecular basis and may establish differences between benign and malignant, and the contribution of Pathology in diagnosis and prognosis of these diseases.
UNIT 33. MECHANISMS AND SPEECH PATHOLOGY MORPHOLOGIC GLOMERULAR.
Contents: Introduction. I remember anatomo-functional. Clinical manifestations of renal disease. Glomerular diseases: pathogenesis, syndromes and glomerular disorders.
UNIT 34. Interstitial VASCULAR PATHOLOGY AND KIDNEY. HYDRONEPHROSIS.
Contents: Tubular and tubulointerstitial diseases: acute tubular necrosis, acute and chronic pyelonephritis, interstitial nephritis drugs. vascular diseases: benign nephrosclerosis, malignant hypertension and malignant nephrosclerosis, thrombotic microangiopathy. Urinary obstruction: nephrolithiasis, hydronephrosis.
UNIT 35. KIDNEY AND cysts and tumors OF URINARY.
Contents: Abnormal kidney shape and position. Abnormalities of renal size. cystic kidney disease: simple cysts, autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease, autonomic recessive polycystic kidney disease. Tumors: renal carcinoma, bladder tumors and collecting system, Wilms tumor.
KEY ISSUES TO DEVELOP:
KIDNEY TUMORS (TUMORS BENIGN, MALIGNANT EPITHELIAL TUMORS, Wilms tumor)
TUMORS testicular (germ cell tumors, tumors CORDS SEX / stroma, other tumors).
PROSTATE PATHOLOGY and bladder (hyperplasia and prostate cancer, carcinoma BLADDER TRANSITIONAL).