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keywords Medical Renal Pathology
keywords Genitourinary Pathology
overview Dr. Henriksen is a surgical pathologist with subspecialty focus in medical renal pathology and genitourinary pathology. Dr. Henriksen conducts translational and clinicopathologic studies involving both native and transplant kidney biopsies with particular interests in onconephrology, chronic kidney disease, and autopsy pathology.

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Concept Carcinoma, Renal Cell
Concept Education, Medical, Graduate
Concept Renal Dialysis
Concept Pathology, Surgical
Concept Renal Insufficiency, Chronic
Academic Article Non-neoplastic renal diseases are often unrecognized in adult tumor nephrectomy specimens: a review of 246 cases.
Academic Article Pauci-immune glomerulonephritis in children: a clinicopathologic study of 21 patients.
Academic Article Are Sporadic Eosinophilic Solid and Cystic Renal Cell Carcinomas Characterized by Somatic Tuberous Sclerosis Gene Mutations?
Academic Article Medical renal diseases are frequent but often unrecognized in adult autopsies.
Academic Article Bowman capsulitis predicts poor kidney allograft outcome in T cell-mediated rejection.
Academic Article A 2018 Reference Guide to the Banff Classification of Renal Allograft Pathology.
Academic Article Renal Vasculitis and Pauci-immune Glomerulonephritis Associated With Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors.
Award or Honor Receipt Fellow, Academy of Distinguished Medical Educators
Award or Honor Receipt Exemplary Teaching Award
Award or Honor Receipt President, Chicago Pathology Society
Academic Article An incidental but pathognomonic finding in renal allograft biopsy.
Academic Article The Importance of Nephropathology in Kidney Cancer.
Academic Article Phasor approach to autofluorescence lifetime imaging FLIM can be a quantitative biomarker of chronic renal parenchymal injury.

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