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Urinary System pp 278-282 | Cite as

Daunomycin-Induced Nephropathy, Rat

  • Kazumi Shiraiwa
  • Masahiro Tsutsumi
  • Yoichi Konishi
Part of the Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals book series (LABORATORY)

Abstract

The kidneys of male Wistar rats 21 days following a single intravenous injections of daunomycin at 7 mg/kg body weight are slightly increased in size and weight. The capsular surface is relatively smooth and pale yellow. The cut surface of the kidneys have a relatively sharp corticomedullary junction but are slightly yellowish. No localized lesion is seen.

Keywords

Synonyms Minimal change nephrotic syndrome lipoid nephrosis minimal change disease nil disease foot process disease glomerular epithelial disease glomerulonephrosis 

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  • Kazumi Shiraiwa
  • Masahiro Tsutsumi
  • Yoichi Konishi

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