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The crucial role that electron microscopy plays in diagnostic renal pathology is undisputed as the ultrastructural examination of kidney biopsies allows recognition of certain critical findings not detected by light microscopy. In many situations it provides additional important data (in addition to the diagnosis) necessary for proper treatment of the diseases. The percentage of cases in which electron microscopic examination adds important information is in approximately 45% of the cases. Till a few years ago the role of electron microscopy in the examination of renal transplant biopsies was limited to pure glomerular disease. It has now come to light that the earliest changes of rejection may only be detected by electron microscopy, hence renal biopsies suspected to have rejection need also be subjected for ultrastructural examination (as part of standard operating procedure for transplant renal biopsy).
Department of Renal Pathology & Electron Microscopy
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