Q:1

1- Describe the 5 parts above

2- What is the test shown

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Q:2

1- Name the different parts shown above

2- What are the types of FSGS

3- What is your approch to patient with FSGS

4- What are the causes of collapsing varient of FSGS

5- What is new updates by KDIGO in the management of FSGS

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Q:3

1- Name the structure above

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Q:4

1- Name the structures above

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Q:6

 

57-year-old lady. Has incidental haematuria and proteinuria 560mg/day. Hypertensive, her Creatinine 65umol/L. HBsAg negative. HCV Ab negative. Ist ANA negative.

1- Describe the biopsy findiings

2- Possible differential diagnosis

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Further tests

Further tests

Final Diagnosis

 


Q:7

 
     
 
     
 

36-year-old man, hypertensive with renal impairment. Urine PCR 262mg/mmol, (2.6g/day); Creatinine 200Umol/L. FBS 6.2; Albumin 41; Cholesterol 4.5

1- What is shown above and what is your possible diagnosis

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Q:8

Q:9

     
 

 

59-year-old lady. CKD with nephrotic syndrome. Lower limb oedema for past 1 year. US and KUB normal. No calculi

1- What is shown above

2- What is the diagnosis

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Q:9

 
     
 

18-year-old girl. SLE with haematoproteinuria, joint pains, oral ulcer, anaemia for past 8 months. ANA+, Urine protein 4+, RBC 2+, Urine PCR 648/mmol, creat 63 umol/L.

What is the class of LN

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Q:10

11-year-old boy. Persistented with glomerular haematuria, negative antinuclear antibody, normal C3/C4, no p-ANAC no c-ANCA, no Hep B. Urine RBC 20 per high power field. Creatinine and renal function are normal. Normal CT angiogram and normal cystoscopy. He is normotensive and clinically has no oedema or signs of renal or systemic disease. There is no family history of kidney disease. Urinalyses of 2 elder brothers (aged 12 and 14) were normal. The father died in 2004: he had diabetes and hypertension.

1- Describe the abnormality shown above

2- What is your diagnosis

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Final Diangnosis

   
 

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