renovascular


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renovascular

(ˌriːnəʊˈvæskjʊlə)
adj
of or relating to the circulation system of the kidneys
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renovascular

adj renovascular
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Protective effects of novel ET-1 receptor antagonists have been reported in diabetic nephropathy and renovascular disease in doses similar to those used in our experimental model (25,26).
Influence of renovascular hypertension on the distribution of vasoactive intestinal peptide in the stomach and heart of rats.
Coronary heart disease, renovascular hypertension, carotid artery disease, and abnormal aortic aneurysm are heart related diseases.
Doppler ultrasound measurement of the RI is a useful index to quantify renovascular resistance in cirrhotic patients before HRS develops.
Common causes of secondary hypertension include kidney disease, renovascular disease, prescription medications and illicit drugs, coarctation of the aorta, pheochromocytoma, primary aldosteronism, thyroid disease and parathyroid disease.
In support of this, a retrospective analysis from 6 university trauma centers found that elapsed time to operative renal revascularization after major renovascular trauma was not correlated with renal outcome (5).
4 Decrease in luminal diameter of renal artery leads to renal artery stenosis that will cause renovascular hypertension and ischemic nephropathy.
Possible mechanisms for improvement in renal function include direct renovascular and hemodynamic effects.
4] The process may lead to severe arterial stenosis and the consequences include cerebral ischemia, cardiac angina, mesenteric ischemia, or renovascular hypertension.
This study aimed at examining the antihypertensive effect and related mechanisms of hydroalcoholic extract of Crataegus azarolus subspecies aronia fruit in rats with renovascular hypertension.
Figure 3: Etiology of chronic kidney disease Diabetes Mellitus 36 Hypertension 30 Undetermined 20 C6N 6 CIN 3 ADPKD 1 Obstructive Uropathy 2 Renovascular 4 Note: Table made from pie chart.
The usual indications are calculus disease, chronic infections, obstruction, trauma, dysplastic / atrophic kidney or renovascular hypertension due to the renal artery stenosis or severe unilateral parenchymal damage from nephrocalcinosis, pyelonephritis, reflux or congenital dysplasia.