prerenal


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prerenal

(priːˈriːnəl)
adj
1. (Anatomy) in front of the kidney
2. (Physiology) taking place before the kidney is reached
Translations

pre·re·nal

a. prerrenal.
situado frente al riñón;
que tiene lugar en la circulación antes de llegar al riñón.
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