Bear’s paw sign -refers to a distinctive cross-sectional imaging appearance of the kidney in xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis. In this chronic granulomatous disease the kidney is progressively replaced by a mass of reactive tissue appearing like the pads of a bear’s paw. The disease is almost always incited by staghorn calculi as was the case for this patient.
Overview of the Kidney Stone Remedy Report. http://www.kidneypaincures.com/kidney-stone-remedy-report-review.html Binding of osteopontin on biomineral calcium oxalate monohydrate (kidney stone): 3. Three phosphoserines. Top view
HEALTH: Preventing And Managing Hypertension High blood pressure (also known as hypertension) is the health condition of having blood pressure readings above 140/90 mmHg over a number of weeks. High blood pressure is a major health riskbecause it puts extra strain on your heart and blood vessels. People with high blood pressure are susceptible to stroke kidney diseases and heart failure. It is popularly called the silent killer for good reason; high blood pressure gives no direct signs or…
H&E stains (left 2 photos above) from an FNA of a lung mass on a patient also known to have a kidney mass. On morphology alone, the original pathologist could not distinguish lung carcinoma from metastatic kidney carcinoma. .- http://www.propath.com/newsletters-immunohistochemistry-173/137-february-2001-immunophenotype-of-renal-cell-carcinoma-clear-cell-type