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Title: Primary IgA nephropathy: a preliminary report.
Authors: Sehgal, S
Datta, B N
Sakhuja, V
Chugh, K S
Issue Date: 1-Jul-1995
Citation: Sehgal S, Datta BN, Sakhuja V, Chugh KS. Primary IgA nephropathy: a preliminary report. Indian Journal of Pathology & Microbiology. 1995 Jul; 38(3): 233-7
Abstract: A total of 106 renal biopsies were examined. Each biopsy was processed for routine paraffin sectioning and frozen sectioning. Direct immunofluorescence was done by the conventional method. The immunofluorescence patterns were correlated with histopathological changes and clinical presentation. Fourteen biopsies revealed weak to strong IgA staining and out of these, 11 seemed to fulfil the criteria of primary IgA nephropathy. These cases were diagnosed in a brief period of eleven months and there had not been any earlier published series from India.
Appears in Collections:Indian Journal of Pathology & Microbiology

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