Renal Pathology & Urinary Tract Pathology

Renal Pathology is a subcategory of anatomic pathology which deals with the study of diagnosis and characterization of medical diseases such as Non-tumors of the kidneys. A physician who works on the diagnosis of Renal pathology is termed as the Renal pathologist.

 In the further academic status, renal pathologists work together with nephrologists and transplant surgeons who are expected to obtain diagnostic specimens by Percutaneous renal biopsy.

They use techniques like light microscopy, immunofluorescence, electron microscopy to provide a diagnosis of the disease.

Urinary Tract Pathology is also referred to as Renal Pathology.  It is a subspecialty of pathology that deals with the characterization of medical diseases (non-tumor) of the kidneys.

Medical Renal Diseases may affect the glomerulus, the tubules, and interstitium, the vessels or with the combination of these compartments.
Renal development is further characterized by some of the results like Proliferation, migration, cell differentiation and also induction.
This analysis explains the high abnormalities of kidneys or Urinary Tract Pathology.
A certain number of urinary tract disorders can already get diagnosed in the Uterus by the use of Ultrasound technique.
Similarly, a disorder related to the formation or excretion of urine leads to Oligohydramnios.