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Interstitial Hemorrhage

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

Apr 04, 2018

Interstitial Hemorrhage in renal cortex

The differential diagnosis for interstitial hemorrhage includes hemorrhagic necrosis in the setting of renal artery thrombosis, infection (e.g. herpes simplex virus, adenovirus, hantavirus, Rickettsia), ANCA-related disease (esp. medullary hemorrhage), trauma, underlying coagulopathy, and, in the transplant setting, both T-cell and antibody-mediated rejection.


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