intrarenal


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Related to intrarenal: intrarenal reflux, postrenal
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in·tra·re·nal

a. intrarrenal, que ocurre dentro del riñón;
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In addition to the providing comfort to the patient, urologist's selection of the optimum tract based on the intrarenal anatomy and the ability to make secondary tracts as required can permit more effective stone removal.
--Receptor: Age, sex, blood type, comorbidities, body mass index, smoking status, previous transplantation, HLA mismatch, pre-transplant anti-T panel reactive antibodies (PRA %), donor-specific HLA antibodies, pre-transplant diuresis, induction and maintenance scheme, BK virus infection, CMV infection, 5-day follow-up ultrasonography data (hydronephrosis, perigraft fluid collection, distal intrarenal resistive index), perioperative complications (lymphocele, hematoma, urinoma, urinary fistula, arterial anastomosis stenosis), positive urine culture, acute rejection.
Minimally-invasive treatment modalities including extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy, retrograde intrarenal surgery and PCNL are considered the choice in most cases.
Levels of angiotensin II and atrial natriuretic peptide decrease, and there is also a decrease in inflammation and an increase in intrarenal oxygenation.
[6] This may be due to trauma to intrarenal arterio venous network [7] Profuse haemorrhage may take place when getting access to desired stone bearing calyces intraoperatively or can manifest postoperatively.
This study results not only gives information to intrarenal surgeries but also for renal transplantation.
Immunological factors such as acute or chronic rejection were suggested in some reports, especially in cases of intrarenal false aneurysms.
Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy (ESWL) or Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery (RIRS) is usually used as a surgical treatment option.
The locations of the seven treated TRAAs were on the renal artery trunk proximal to the bifurcation (n=1), extrarenal on the bifurcation (n=2), extrarenal distal to the bifurcation point (n=3), and intrarenal on the branches distal to renal artery bifurcation (n=1).
It is characterized by a cystic dilatation of the peripeLvic (intrarenaL) and/or perirenal lymphatic ducts due to a miscommunication between the renal - perirenal lymphatic ducts and the retroperitoneal lymphatic trunks.
Similarly, a flexible ureteroscope is used for upper ureteral and intrarenal evaluation and treatment (43), but anatomical obstructions (strictures and adhesions) may preclude performing the procedure exactly as described (44).
Doppler ultrasound provides a good insight into the intrarenal vasculature, transplant artery and vein, and the iliac vessels (7,8) (Fig.