Thrombotic microangiopathy (TMA), a pathological lesion observed in a wide spectrum of diseases, is triggered by endothelial injury and/or dysfunction. In a recent Review published in AJKD, Dominique Suzanne Genest and colleagues reviewed the clinical presentation and pathologic hallmarks of renal-limited forms of TMA, disease-specific mechanisms that contribute to TMA lesions, diagnostic approach, and treatment strategies, and the potential role for emerging therapies.
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To view this Review (Freely Available), please visit AJKD.org.