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“…Glomerular size varies; sclerotic glomeruli appeared small and atrophied while the rest enlarged and hypertrophied causing asymmetry in the glomerular size. These alterations are congruent with the changes mentioned by Nishida et al, (1996); Rodrfguez-Puyol D, (1998); Zhou et al, (2008) and Schlanger et al, (2020). Finally, the sclerotic glomeruli may be completely re-absorbed, or remain atrophied to tiny small size that difficult to be detect by renal biopsy samples (Hoy et al, 2003).…”
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“…Glomerular size varies; sclerotic glomeruli appeared small and atrophied while the rest enlarged and hypertrophied causing asymmetry in the glomerular size. These alterations are congruent with the changes mentioned by Nishida et al, (1996); Rodrfguez-Puyol D, (1998); Zhou et al, (2008) and Schlanger et al, (2020). Finally, the sclerotic glomeruli may be completely re-absorbed, or remain atrophied to tiny small size that difficult to be detect by renal biopsy samples (Hoy et al, 2003).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…These vascular changes cause an ischemic nephropathy and lead to focal glomerulosclerosis in the form of pericapsular fibrosis, thickening of glomerular capillary basement membrane, wrinkling glomerulus and synechiae of glomeruli with Bowman's capsule (Zhou et al, 2008;Rule et al, 2010;Denic et al, 2016). Later on, tubulointerstitial changes appear and consist of thickening of basement membranes, intratubular casts and tubular atrophy due to interstitial fibrosis (Thomas et al, 1998;Zhou et al, 2008;Denic et al, 2016;Schlanger et al, 2020). These micro-anatomical changes lead to collapsing of glomerular tuft, development of diffuse sclerotic glomeruli and finally decrease the number of functional glomeruli with compensatory hypertrophy of rest of existing nephron (Kubo et al, 2003;Martin and Sheaff, 2007;Denic et al, 2016).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…In the second tentative scenario (Figure 1B), prototypical of aging-associated disorders, insidious accumulation of senescent cells (chronic senescent cells, according to Sturmlechner et al 7 ) in the aging kidney with the yet compensated function 21 precedes an ischemic or nephrotoxic insult. This could result in further rapid accumulation of SIPS cells with acute-on-chronic release of SASP, leading to renal inflammation, fibrogenesis, and functional deterioration.…”
Section: Senescent Cell Burdenmentioning
“…22 Morphologic changes in aging kidneys and CKD kidneys are also remarkably similar: glomerulosclerosis, tubular atrophy, interstitial fibrosis, and microvascular rarefaction. 21 Chronological aging remarkably resembles SIPS and accelerated kidney aging in that all are detected using the same sets of markers, all impinge on the function, and all have generalized and, in many instances, deleterious effects via senescence-associated secretory products.…”
Section: Similarity Analysis Of Attributes Of Ckd and Cell Senescencementioning
“…Glomerular filtration rate declines steadily from 40 years in normal individuals. 55 Immunosenescence predisposing aged population to infections. 62 Zinc deficiency is common in aged people and causes lymphophenia.…”
Section: Red Cell Characteristicsmentioning