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Archive: June 2020

Arkana Live – July 2020

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Join us on July 11 from 11 am-12 pm EST for our second Arkana Live pathology series.  Dr. Sharma and Dr. Caza will both present an "Introduction to Kidney Pathology."   Register here:   

Art of Medicine: Proliferative Glomerulonephriits with Monoclonal Immunoglobulin Deposits

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The above painting shows normal bone marrow, containing erythroid and myeloid precursors at various stages of maturation and normal trabeculae.   Bone marrow biopsies may be performed to evaluate for a lymphoid or plasma cell clone in patients with monoclonal gammopathies of undetermined significance and in work-up of patients found to have a monoclonal gammopathy of renal significance (MRGS).  Monoclonal gammopathies of renal significance occur when light chain restriction within a kidney biopsy is thought to be responsible for the patient's renal dysfunction, which is usually acute kidney injury or proteinuria.  This includes a broad spectrum of findings, which includes but...

Another MYMP Sighting!

MYMP, Caza and Larsen, Covid-19 research
Another MYMP sighting! Durning our case conference today, Dr. Caza and Dr. Larsen discussed their recently published paper covering AKI and collapsing glomerulopathy associated with COVID-19 and APOL1.  Read the paper: AKI and Collapsing Glomerulopathy Associated with COVID-19 and APOL1 High-Risk Genotype Where will the MYMP land next?  

A New MYMP Sighting!

MYMP, Renal Hypoplasia, Bonsib
The MYMP is traveling around Arkana and has landed at Dr. Bonsib's office! Dr. Bonsib recently published a paper over Renal Hypoplasia.  To read the full paper: Renal Hypoplasia, From Grossly Insufficient to Not Quite Enough

Have you seen our MYMP?

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The "Make Your Momma Proud" flamingo (or MYMP for short) was created by Dr. Dvanajscak as a way to recognize our doctors when they publish a paper! Anytime you see the MYMP around Arkana, expect a new publication from one or more of our doctors.  Recently, we found the MYMP outside of Dr. Larsen's office. Dr. Larsen, Dr. Bourne, and Dr. Wilson published a paper discussing collapsing glomerulopathy in a patient with coronavirus disease.  Read the paper: Collapsing Glomerulopathy in a Patient With Coronavirus Disease Be on the lookout for the MYMP in the future!