Recurrence of Diabetic Nephropathy in Renal Transplants

  • Sven-Olof Bohman
  • Henryk Wilczek
  • Georg Jaremko
  • Gunnar Tydén
Part of the Topics in Renal Medicine book series (TIRM, volume 6)

Abstract

The first systematic studies of recurrent diabetic nephropathy in human renal transplants were carried out by the Minneapolis group [1, 2]. A light-microscopic study [1] showed that hyaline arteriolosclerosis had developed in all renal transplants of diabetic patients studied within 5 years after the transplantation. In several cases, it was shown that both the afferent and the efferent arterioles were affected, a condition considered more or less pathognomonic for diabetic nephropathy [3]. One of the biopsies also showed typical nodular glomerulosclerosis that had developed within 4 1/2 years after the transplantation [1].

Keywords

Diabetic Nephropathy Glomerular Basement Membrane Renal Allograft Pancreas Transplantation Basement Membrane Thickness 
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  • Sven-Olof Bohman
  • Henryk Wilczek
  • Georg Jaremko
  • Gunnar Tydén

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