Why should you participate: Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) forms one of the three main pillars ( apart from routine light microscopy & direct immunofluoroscence studies) which define the practice of Renal pathology. Several renal diseases cannot be diagnosed without ultrastructural analysis and others require EM studies for either confirmation or further insight in the disease process. Thus, it is recommended, most renal biopsies (including renal allograft biopsies) should also be subjected to EM examination, in addition to the light microscopic and immunofluorescence studies. This talk would highlight the role of transmission electron microscopy in the field of Renal Pathology and how it influences the clinical practice and decision making in the fields of Nephrology and Renal Transplantation.
HOD, Renal Pathology & Electron Microscopy,
National Reference Laboratory (NRL),
Dr Lal PathLabs Ltd. New Delhi
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