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re·nal

 (rē′nəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or in the region of the kidneys.

[Late Latin rēnālis, from Latin rēnēs, kidneys.]
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renal

(ˈriːnəl)
adj
(Anatomy) of, relating to, resembling, or situated near the kidney
[C17: from French, from Late Latin rēnālis, from Latin rēnēs kidneys, of obscure origin]
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re•nal

(ˈrin l)

adj.
of or pertaining to the kidneys or the surrounding regions.
[1650–60; < Late Latin rēnālis= Latin rēn(ēs) kidneys (pl.) + -ālis -al1]
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re·nal

(rē′nəl)
Relating to the kidneys: renal disease.
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renal

Relating to the kidney.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.renal - of or relating to the kidneys
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Translations
ledvinovýrenální
renal

renal

[ˈriːnl]
A. ADJ (Anat) → renal
B. CPD renal failure Ninsuficiencia f renal
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renal

[ˈriːnəl] adj [disease, cancer] → rénal(e); [artery, vein] → rénal(e); [patient] → souffrant d'insuffisance rénale
renal specialist → néphrologue mfrenal failure ninsuffisance f rénale
acute renal failure → insuffisance rénale aiguë
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renal

adjNieren-, renal (spec); renal failureNierenversagen nt
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renal

[ˈriːnl] adj (Med) → renale
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re·nal

a. renal, rel. a o semejante al riñón;
___ cell carcinoma,carcinoma de células renales;
___ clearanceaclaración ___ aclaramiento ___;
___ clearance testprueba de aclaramiento o depuración ___;
___ coliccólico nefrítico, cólico renal;
___ failureinsuficiencia renal;
___ failure, acuteinsuficiencia ___ aguda;
___ function testprueba funcional ___;
___ gammagraphygamagrafía, barrido ___;
___ hypertensión ___hipertensión de origen renal;
___ insufficiencyinsuficiencia ___;
___ involvement[participation] intervención ___;
___ papillary necrosisnecrosis papilar ___;
___ pelvispelvis ___;
___ replacement therapy ___diálisis, terapia de reemplazo;
___ scanninggammagrafía renal, barrido renal;
___ transplantationtransplante ___.
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renal

adj renal
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References in periodicals archive ?
Previous study has shown that blood urea nitrogen (BUN) and creatinine levels among preeclamptic women are similar to the levels seen in nonpregnant women because of reduced glomerular filtration rate (GFR) and reduced renal plasma flow (RPF) [11] as against normal pregnancy that is characterized by increase in GFR [29, 30] as well as RPF.
Lasix renal scan showed that the right kidney contributed 22% with an overall effective renal plasma flow (ERPF) of 420 mL/ min.
[3] Also, hemodynamic changes occur in hypothyroidism that leads to reduction in renal plasma flow and glomerular filtration rate, which also causes increase in the levels of serum uric acid and serum creatinine.
In streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats, kidney tissue level and excretion of active kallikrein were reduced after 3 weeks compared with age-matched nondiabetic control rats, and despite increased kidney size, renal plasma flow was reduced in the diabetic rats [30].