renal vein


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renal vein

[′rēn·əl ′vān]
(anatomy)
A vein which returns blood from the kidney to the vena cava.
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15) The main renal vein should demonstrate a monophasic waveform with lower velocities and minimal respiratory variation (Figure 11).
Use this category when no extracolonic abnormalities are visible, or if there is an anatomic variant such as a retroaortic left renal vein.
Hamid Rahmani from Farah Hospital realised his resources were insufficient to save the man, who had his aorta and left renal vein ruptured in the attack.
Born in Saint John, New Brunswick, at two days old she was found to have a renal vein thrombosis, and by four days old she had had a left nephrectomy and a left ureterectomy.
In 5 patients, venous anatomy according to MRI and surgical findings differed, including 1 false-positive identification by MRI of a circumaortic left renal vein, the researchers noted.
The renal vein appeared patent with no lymphadenopathy within the retroperitoneum or other organ involvement.
However, incidentally an abnormal-appearing left renal vein was observed.
The splenic vein was beveled slightly, turned inferiorly, and then anastamosed to the superior aspect of the left renal vein in an end-to-side fashion with a running posterior suture and interrupted anterior sutures of 6-0 Prolene.
2]) Complications Retro-peritoneoscopic Trans-peritoneal (A) (B) Intraoperative Hemorrhage - - Peritoneal injury Pancreatic - - injury Splenic injury Renal Artery - 1 injury Renal Vein - injury Renal Artery and - 1 Vein injury Colonic injury - - Inferior Caval - - Vein injury Postoperative Fever 3 3 Transfusion 4 5 Elongated - - drainage Pneumonia - - Pulmonary - - embolism Death 1 - Total Group 2 - Overweight (25 kg/[m.