Rinsho Hinyokika Volume 30, Issue 9 (September 1976)

XANTHOGRANULOMATOUS PYELONEPHRITIS:A CASE REPORT Koji Itaya 1 , Nagamitsu Mukai 2 , Masanobu Kitagawa 3 1Mukai Clinic 2Mukai Clinic 3Department of Pathology, Kanazawa University, School of Medicine pp.773-777
Published Date 1976/9/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1413202223
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A 62 years old woman visited our clinic suffering from pyrexia and pyuria. The patient complained of lumbago as well of several years' duration. E. coli was identified in the urine. DIP revealed no visualized right kidney. Right nephrectomy was carried out under the diagnosis of right chronic pyelone-phritis. On the cut surfaces of the atrophied kidney, weighing 88 g, there were many yellowish nodules the size of up to a pea-size in the parenchyma: some were confluent and some were protruding into the renal calyces.

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30巻9号 (1976年9月)
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