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n. pl. per·i·neph·ri·a (-rē-ə)
The connective and fatty tissue surrounding a kidney.

[New Latin, from Greek perinephros, fat around the kidneys : peri-, peri- + nephros, kidney.]

per′i·neph′ral (-nĕf′rəl), per′i·neph′ri·al (-rē-əl), per′i·neph′ric (-rĭk) adj.


a. perinefrítico-a, rel. a o cercano al riñón.


adj perirrenal
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Oncocytomas can extend into the perinephric or renal sinus adipose tissue without any stromal response and can grow into the renal vein (Figure 1, D).
0 (mmol/L) Bilateral renal Altered raised Echo- echotexture of genicity with both kidneys, inflammation Ultrasound Abdomen distended in perinephric -- abdomen with space, ascites, prominent coarsened liver bowel loops with periportal cuffing.
14) Surgical complications included death, surgical re-exploration, conversion to open, bleeding necessitating transfusion, urine leak, dialysis, lymphocele, pyelonephritis, perinephric abscess, retroperitoneal hematoma, wound infection, urinary tract infection, pneumothorax, pseudoaneurysm, and bowel perforation.
Along with small calyceal stones, there was bilateral, quite symmetrical perinephric "rind-like" soft tissue infiltration.
For the purposes of this study, the contents of the data consisted of patients' date of birth, gender, presence of systemic symptom, presentation, surgical approach, pathological size, perinephric fat invasion (PNI), RVI, adrenal invasion, invasion beyond Gerota's fascia, LNI, pathological T and N stage (2002 TNM), Fuhrman nuclear grade, histological tumor type, adjuvant treatment, recurrence, vital status, date of death, cause of death, and date of last follow-up parameters.
23) In physiologic hydronephrosis, no filling defect is seen, the ureter is not dilated distal to the sacral promontory and only rarely is there associated renal enlargement or perinephric fluid.
It is superior to ultrasound in renal abnormalities such as perinephric stranding, inflammatory masses, delayed or diminished contrast enhancement, kidney enlargement, or gas formation (13).
His computed tomography (CT) scan of the brain and abdomen showed a sliver of left subdural and subarachnoid haemorrhage, pelvic fracture, grade 1-2 spleen fracture, and perinephric haematoma around the left kidney with suspected hollow visceral injury.
Post-biopsy bleeding can occur at three sites: (1) into the collecting system, leading to microscopic or gross hematuria and possible ureteral obstruction; (2) underneath the renal capsule, leading to pressure tamponade and pain; or (3) into the perinephric space, leading to hematoma formation and a possibly large fall in hematocrit.
Renal ultrasound was conducted to observe perinephric effusion or hematoma in the affected kidney.