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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Qualitative variable of involvement of renal artery by AAA was picked up by US remarkably well.
Although surgery is the standard of care for bilateral renal artery injury, it is generally less effective in cases of unilateral injury (1).
Conclusion: The mean diameter and mean length were found to be significantly different between right and left main renal artery and between males and females.
Type III- Arising from main renal artery close to aorta and makes extrahilar entry.
Evaluation of characteristics, associations and clinical course of isolated spontaneous renal artery dissection.
0%), with ages ranging between 2 and 14 years, had renal artery revascularisation for TARAS.
Renal artery embolization: clinical indications and experience from over 100 cases.
The retroperitoneal hematoma was compressing the renal artery, as suggested by reversal of diastolic blood flow and high renal artery velocities four times greater at the renal hilum than at the aorta.
Invasive angiography confirmed occlusion of a branch of the right renal artery (Figure 3).
The renal artery ultrasound confirmed the clinical suspicion of renal artery stenosis, with uni- or bilateral involvement, resistivity index; the last parameter has the most important role in the therapeutic strategy for renovascular hypertension.
During routine dissection of a male cadaver, we found that the left testicular artery was bifid and it was arising from the left renal artery.