Pyelonephritis: A Clinicopathologic Correlation of Postmortem Material
AbstractThere has been much controversy in regard to the incidence of pyelonephritis. But all are agreed that its presence may escape clinical diagnosis in a not inconsiderable percentage of cases. The possibility that bacterial disease is not always associated with the disease is intriguing and may account for its benign character at times. More study should be devoted to other possible factors predisposing to renal lesions than bacterial agents.
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