Dr Muhammad Nauman, Dr Sadia Bangash, Dr Nauman Nawaz
Purpose of review: In this assessment, we will discuss: i) the benefits of the new computerized condition; ii) how continued advances in advanced innovation and computer design are currently being applied to the nephro pathologist in clinical research, preliminaries and practice; iii) how the perception of his or her difficulties is likely to change; and iv) the nephro pathologist in the rising period of renal accuracy and the prescience drug. Our present research was led at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Lahore from February, 2018 to January, 2019. Results: The combination of advanced pathology and atomic markers allows the establishment of clinically meaningful morpho-omics scientific classifications of renal disease. Recent reviews have shown how the new institutionalized conventions encourage the harmonization of the advanced pathology database framework and quantitative morphological, morphometric and computer-based surveys. Advanced pathology allows for powerful conventions for clinical preliminaries and research, with the ability to recognize in advance clinically valid parameters that are underutilized or unrecognized. Conclusion: Advanced pathology in clinical study and preface, and the dynamic use of the state-of-the-art biological programming system, open doors for the improvement of new ideal indicative models and PC-based calculations, changing the act of kidney disease into a state-of-the-art computer science. Keywords: convolution neural network, computational disease, nephrotic syndrome, deep learning, focal segmental morphometry, podocytes, glomerulosclerosis, structural feature extraction.