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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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As reported by authors [2, 5], we observed that in 100% in SD and in 98.3% of W the renal arteries originated from each side of abdominal aorta.
These vessels may be bilateral or unilateral.6 Accessory renal arteries are common in 30% of individuals, and usually take origin from the aorta above or below the main renal artery.1 Thomson7 in the report of committee of collective investigations appointed by `Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland' documented the rate of renal vascular variations to be 25 26% of 419 bodies.
Putz and Pabst (2006) quoted the following variations in the renal arterial network and their approximate incidences: presence of an upper pole artery as a branch of the renal artery (13%); origin of two renal arteries from the aorta to the renal hilum (10%); presence of an accessory upper pole artery (7%); existence of an accessory lower pole artery (5%).
Assessing a patient's renal arteries before and during treatment using intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) and a pressure wire provides the key to successful resolution of hypertension by renal-artery angioplasty in FMD patients, he said.
In case 4, poor clinical result was observed due to technically unsuccessful dilatation of both the aorta and renal arteries. Case 1 died as the result of an arrhythmia due to hypertrophic cardiomyopathy within 24 hours of PTA.
The blood flow in the renal arteries is assumed to be laminar [25,38].
The aorta was exposed retroperitoneally and retraction of the peritoneum exposed an enormous aneurysm, which extended from the origins of the renal arteries to the common iliac arteries.
MRA of the renal arteries can be performed with a phased-array multicoil (torso coil) or the body coil.
Paradoxical embolism with renal failure caused by occlusion of the renal arteries. Am J Med 1958; 25: 780-7.
[USPRwire, Tue Jun 25 2019] Atherosclerotic renovascular disease refers to the stenosis of either one or both renal arteries. The stenosis occurs due to the accumulation of fat or calcium deposits on the walls of the artery.
Request TOC of this Report- https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=T&rep_id=2035 Atherosclerotic renovascular disease refers to the stenosis of either one or both renal arteries. The stenosis occurs due to the accumulation of fat or calcium deposits on the walls of the artery.