nephritic


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ne·phrit·ic

 (nə-frĭt′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the kidneys; renal.
2. Of, relating to, or affected with nephritis.

nephritic

(nɪˈfrɪtɪk) or

nephritical

adj
1. (Medicine) of or relating to the kidneys
2. (Pathology) relating to or affected with nephritis
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.nephritic - affected by nephritis
2.nephritic - of or relating to the kidneys
Translations
ledvinovýnefritickýrenální

nephritic

[neˈfrɪtik] ADJnefrítico

nephritic

[nɪˈfrɪtɪk] adj (Med) → nefritico/a

ne·phrit·ic

n. nefrítico-a, rel. a la nefritis o afectado por ella.

nephritic

adj nefrítico
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In addition, chronic renal tissues swelling is an indicator of plasma albumin declining and interstitial fluid accumulation that may lead to nephritic syndrome.
Clinical indications for biopsy were subdivided as follows: (i) acute kidney injury (AKI); (ii) asymptomatic urine abnormalities (AUAs); (iii) CKD; (iv) haematuria; (v) hypertension; (vi) nephrotic syndrome (NS)/nephrotic-range proteinuria; (vii) nephritic syndrome; (viii) nephritic NS; and (ix) unknown.
Furthermore, Thabet faced another affliction when her eldest son suffered from renal failure and needed nephritic dialysis or a kidney transplant.
Protein excretion of 100 mg/[m.sup.2]/day indicated a nephritic status, while >1 g/[m.sup.2]/day indicated a nephrotic status (19).
Steroid-resistant nephritic syndrome is the most common cause of severe hypertension admitted to a paediatric renal service in Durban.
Ngwaketse Land Board employees yesterday donated P5 800 to assist a four-year-old child battling with a rare medical condition called nephritic syndrome-kidney disease.
In kidney, extensive haemorrhages, polymorphic nephritic tubules, fibrosis around the inflamed nephritic tubules, constricted nephritic tubules with vacuolated surrounding, degeneration of nephritic tubular epithelium (Figure 2a), vacuolation in haematopoietic tissue, cellular and nuclear hypertrophy, degeneration of tubular epithelium (Figure 2b), nephritic tubule inflammation, widen lumen and thickening of luminal lining (Figure 2c) and granuloma formation (Figure 2d) were observed.
Although evidence is sparse in literature, repeat renal biopsy is done if there is persistent hematuria or nephritic range proteinuria or impairment in renal functions, in spite of adequate treatment.
Different patterns of presentation include asymptomatic haematuria and proteinuria, acute nephritic syndrome, nephrotic syndrome (NS), chronic kidney disease (CKD) and rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis (RPGN).
These results suggest that the RENPs only caused minor nephritic toxicity but caused obvious hepatotoxicity in mice, as evaluated by ALT level in mice blood.
In the treatment of severe acute pain, opioids may be necessary for bone fractures, nephritic colic, myocardial infarction and similar.