Week of 1 December 2020
Multiple infarcts (areas outlined in yellow) occurred in this kidney!
Renal infarcts are generally due to a thromboembolic event, a possible complication of cardiovascular surgery or interventional procedures performed on the left side of the heart or supra-renal aorta. It is rarely possible to observe the thrombus (*) that caused the infarct in the histologic sections.
1. Macroscopic view at explantation.
2. HE&S, original magnification: x1, scale bar: 1 mm.
3. HE&S, original magnification: x10, scale bar: 250 µm.
4. HE&S, original magnification: x20, scale bar: 125 µm.
Yellow line: Delimitation of renal infarcts.
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