Aspirin damage in the rat kidney in the intact animal and after unilateral nephrectomy

The Journal of Pathology
E A Molland

Abstract

Aspirin caused epithelial hyperplasia, papillary necrosis with calcification and cortical changes in the rat kidney. After unilateral nephrectomy the lesions appeared more rapidly and were more severe. In the electron microscope the earliest changes were observed in the interstitial cells.

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