Light chain deposition disease (nodular glomerulopathy, kappa light chain deposition disease): a case report

G A Herrera
Ultrastructural Pathology 1994, 18 (1-2): 119-26
A typical case of kappa light chain deposition disease is detailed. Clinical and pathological findings are described. The discussion focuses on the diagnostic challenges encountered in the diagnosis of monoclonal light chain-related renal diseases. Experimental models have played a relevant role in clarifying and elucidating fundamental questions of diagnostic significance.

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