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Program Overview
Learning Objectives
Target Audience

Welcome to the ISN RenPath Quick Case series, that will enable you to learn about renal pathology in a fun and interactive way!

Every Monday, a quick case description is posted on the ISN Academy. After watching the video, users are invited to interact via the discussion board (make sure to sign in). On Friday, a follow-up video will be published to answer questions and provide some clarifications on the case posted earlier that week.

Learning objectives:

- to review morphologic characteristics, differential diagnosis, and clinical features of medical renal diseases through case discussions

- to review latest updates on pathologic classifications, mechanisms of disease, and treatment options for medical renal diseases through case discussions

- to discuss the importance of kidney biopsy interpretation in clinical management of patients with medical kidney disease

Practicing and in-training nephrologists and pathologists.

Case 7 – A 67-year-old white female with AKI
Case 6 – A 68-year-old with multiple myeloma and 8g/24h proteinuria
Case 5 – A 25 year-old, s/p kidney transplant, with unusual histologic findings on a protocol biopsy
Case 4 – Patient presenting with AKI
Case 3 – A 44 year-old female with late allograft failure
Case 2 – Patient with monoclonal IgA mesangial deposits
Case 1 – Patient with treated amyloid and progressive proteinuria

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