suprarenal


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su·pra·re·nal

 (so͞o′prə-rē′nəl)
adj.
Located on or above the kidney.
n.
A suprarenal part, especially an adrenal gland.

suprarenal

(ˌsuːprəˈriːnəl; ˌsjuː-)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy situated above a kidney
[C19: from New Latin suprārēnālis. See supra-, renal]

su•pra•re•nal

(ˌsu prəˈrin l)
adj.
1. situated above or on the kidney.
n.
2. a suprarenal part, esp. the adrenal gland.
[1820–30; < New Latin suprārēnālis. See supra-, renal]
References in classic literature ?
The young men who were sent down to him knew only hospital practice; and they came with the unconcealed scorn for the General Practitioner which they had absorbed in the air at the hospital; but they had seen only the complicated cases which appeared in the wards; they knew how to treat an obscure disease of the suprarenal bodies, but were helpless when consulted for a cold in the head.
The TREO stent-graft offers both suprarenal and infrarenal fixation, distributing the attachment points in two different anatomical levels, which may work to reduce potential endoleaks, particularly in angulated necks.
Metastases were located in the lymph nodes (n = 6, 67%), liver (n = 5, 56%), bone (n = 4, 44%), lung (n = 3, 33%), contralateral kidney (n = 2, 22%), brain (n = 1, 11%), suprarenal (n = 1, 11%), spermatic cord (n = 1, 11%), soft tissues (n = 1, 11%), and mesentery (n = 1, 11%).
RN13 contains the ribonucleic acid from different organs found in the embryo, such as placenta, umbilical cord, pancreas, suprarenal, testes, and so on, as well as amino acids, glutamic acid, vitamins E, B6, and B12, trace elements, biolecithin, and so on.
Gutierrez said: "e rst control I had after the surgery, it showed like a metastasis in the suprarenal gland.
Peritoneal metastases were also noted in the pelvis and adjacent to the left kidney and right suprarenal region.
The majority of IVC filters are placed within the infrarenal IVC; however, there are few indications for placement in the suprarenal IVC, such as pregnancy and gonadal vein thrombosis.
Suprarenal fossa'ya girisi kolaylastirmak amaci ile insizyon dalaga kadar uzatilarak dalagin iyice serbestlenmesi saglandi.
A computed tomography (CT) scan of the abdomen/pelvis with intravenous contrast revealed thrombosis of the distal inferior vena cava (IVC) and iliac veins with a congenital absence of suprarenal and intrahepatic segments of the IVC (Fig1&2) with extensive collaterals and prominent ascending lumbar, perivertebral, azygous and hemiazygous venous systems.
It is most commonly used to evaluate for infrarenal AAAs, but the presence of suprarenal AAAs can also be detected.
Absence of the infrarenal inferior vena cava with preservation of the suprarenal segment as revealed by CT and MR venography.