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Interstitial Nephritis - Europe PMC

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Last Updated: 26 September 2022

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Simultaneous subacute interstitial nephritis and anticoagulant-related nephropathy related to novel oral anticoagulants use.

Introduction: In sporadic case studies, intermittent nephritis related to novel oral anticoagulants was only identified in isolated case reports, and no such phenomenon was accompanied by anticoagulants-related nephropathy. Conclusions: When we ran across a patient with a history of anticoagulants use, we should think of ARN and pay more attention to history collection. Subacute interstitial nephritis may coexist with ARN in two ways. Thirdly, hemoglobin immunohistochemical staining may be able to determine whether the intra-tubular protein casts originated from red blood cells. In addition, for those patients who have impaired kidney function, anticoagulants doses can be reduced to reduce the incidence of ARN.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35086437

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