renal artery


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renal artery

[′rēn·əl ′ärd·ə·rē]
(anatomy)
A branch of the abdominal or ventral aorta supplying the kidneys in vertebrates.
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Saccular aneurysms arising from the main renal artery or the large segmental branch are amendable to an endovascular approach and are classified as type 1.
Often the diagnosis of renal artery pseudoaneurysm is made by CT, but magnetic resonance, Doppler sonography and renal perfusion imaging can be used as well.
In our patient, although the superior renal artery was identified angiographically as the source of her spontaneous hemorrhage, the etiology has remained elusive.
More than 22 mm) with their bifurcations, compliance mismatch, with and without stent-grafts have been found in literature [21, 26-28], however to the best of our knowledge, studies related to the influence of Renal Artery Stenosis (RAS) on the rise of blood pressure have not yet been reported.
Approximately 1 to 4% of blunt abdominal trauma results in renal artery injury.
Diagnostic tests for renal artery stenosis in patients suspected of having renovascular hypertension: a meta-analysis.
A post-mortem in Rhodes said Chris died from a severed renal artery.
ACEIs should however be closely followed with at least monthly serum creatinine measurements, as paradoxical reversible worsening of renal function may occur if the patient already has renal artery stenosis.
Stealth's Phase II AKI clinical study is intended to assess Bendavia's improvement of renal function in patients with hypertension and severe unilateral renal artery stenosis, after treatment with angioplasty.
There were no signs of hydronephrosis nor perinephric fluid collection and the renal artery and vein were widely patent.
As this was suggestive of fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD), she was referred for invasive renal artery angiography.
Among the 1,158 patients analyzed in the registry with follow-up information available for this analysis, major complications or serious adverse events related to delivery of radio frequency (RF) energy to the renal artery were rare, including one procedural dissection (0.