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Collapsing Morphology

T. David Bourne, MD renal pathologist and neuropathologist at arkana laboratories
By David Bourne, MD

Mar 21, 2018

Collapsing glomerular lesions

Collapsing glomerular lesions are aptly named, given the prominent “collapse” of glomerular tuft capillary loops. There is also hyperplasia and hypertrophy of overlying epithelial cells, and protein resorption droplets may be abundant (see arrow).


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