skrátka ID

English translation: immune deposits

11:57 May 19, 2015
Czech to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general)
Czech term or phrase: skrátka ID
Mesangium rozšířené, s normální buněčnosti, hojná objemá ***ID*** mesangiálně a paramesangiálně
Gerry Vickers
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Local time: 18:51
English translation:immune deposits
Explanation:
např. subendoteliální imunodepozita

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Membranous glomerulonephritis (MGN) is a disease characterized by subepithelial immune deposits and formation of perpendicular projections of material similar to the glomerular basement membrane (GBM) in the external part of this one (between podocyte cytoplasm and GBM): “spikes”. Because in this glomerulopathy inflammatory cells usually are not detected and that in some, or many of the cases, there is not prominent local inflammation, but trapping of immune complexes, some authors prefers to use the name membranous glomerulopathy or membranous glomerulonephropathy; nevertheless, the presence of immunoglobulins, complement, and membrane attack complex (MAC) (C5b-9) implies an inflammatory process (see below). Other used terms have been: membranous nephropathy and epimembranous, perimembranous or extramembranous nephropathy (or glomerulopathy).
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immune deposits


Explanation:
např. subendoteliální imunodepozita

https://www.google.cz/search?num=100&safe=off&q=subendoteliá...

Membranous glomerulonephritis (MGN) is a disease characterized by subepithelial immune deposits and formation of perpendicular projections of material similar to the glomerular basement membrane (GBM) in the external part of this one (between podocyte cytoplasm and GBM): “spikes”. Because in this glomerulopathy inflammatory cells usually are not detected and that in some, or many of the cases, there is not prominent local inflammation, but trapping of immune complexes, some authors prefers to use the name membranous glomerulopathy or membranous glomerulonephropathy; nevertheless, the presence of immunoglobulins, complement, and membrane attack complex (MAC) (C5b-9) implies an inflammatory process (see below). Other used terms have been: membranous nephropathy and epimembranous, perimembranous or extramembranous nephropathy (or glomerulopathy).

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