interrenal


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interrenal

(ˌɪntəˈriːnəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy located between the kidneys
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Other histopathologic changes identified were hyperplasia of connective fibrous tissue in the kidney glomerula, golden brown pigment in the neurons of the brain, and vacuolar degeneration of the adrenal interrenal cells.
Hontela A, Daniel C, Ricard AC (1996) Effects of acute and subacute exposures to cadmium on the interrenal and thyroid function in rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss.
Under stress conditions, the hypothalamus releases corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) toward blood circulation and stimulates the secretion of adrenocorticotrophic hormone (ACTH) from the anterior pituitary gland which activates cortisol release by the interrenal tissue.
Stress induces cortisol secretion by the interrenal tissue, and this hormone causes various secondary stress responses, including increased glucose and lactate plasma levels (ROTLLANT et al.
El primero consiste en la activacion del tejido cromafin en el rinon cefalico por fibras oriundas del sistema nervioso simpatico y la liberacion de catecolaminas, mientras que el segundo estimula la cascada del hipotalamo aumentando los niveles de hormona liberadora de corticotropina (CRH) para promover la liberacion de corticotropina por la hipofisis y de cortisol por el tejido interrenal (11).
Consiste en la activacion de los nucleos cerebrales, celulas adenohipofisarias, tejido interrenal y cromafin, con un incremento en los niveles de catecolaminas y corticosteroides adrenales en plasma.
LOCALIZACAO E DISTRIBUICAO DAS CATECOLAMINAS DO SISTEMA ADRENAL DE Rhamdia quelen, FORA DO SISTEMA INTERRENAL.