nephrogenic


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nephrogenic

[¦nef·rə¦jen·ik]
(embryology)
Having the potential to develop into kidney tissue.
Of renal origin.
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The Ki-67 nuclear positive cells were mainly located in the nephrogenic zone, which was just under the renal capsule.
Prospective cohort study of nephrogenic systemic fibrosis in patients with stage 3-5 chronic kidney disease undergoing MRI with injected gadobenate dimeglumine or gadoteridol.
In addition, hypercalcemia in patients with cancer can lead to nephrogenic diabetes insipidus, similarly as in patients with primary or secondary malignancies in the brain (most often lung cancer, leukemia, or lymphoma) localizing in the hypothalamic-pituitary region; as well as neurosurgery for brain tumors is also an important.
Lithium induced nephrogenic diabetes insipidus: new clinical and experimental findings.
The sixth patient had nephrogenic systemic fibrosis.
The possible reasons for renal agenesis include the lack of induction of the metanephric blastema by the ureteral bud, primary absence of the caudal nephrogenic core, ureteral bud malformation, and dysplasia of mesonephric duct [4-6].
Thermodynamic/kinetic stability data do not play any role regarding the risk of hypersensitivity, whereas stability of GBCAs is more involved in the development of nephrogenic systemic fibrosis (NSF) and in the Gd deposition in neural structures, such as the dentate nucleus and globus pallidus.
Genetic alterations in aquaporins, leading to channel malfunction or defects in their intracellular trafficking, have been related to several pathophysiological conditions, including nephrogenic diabetes insipidus, brain edema, obesity, wound healing, and congenital cataracts.
Nephrogenic adenoma of the urinary bladder is a rare lesion which could easily be confused with or could easily be misdiagnosed as a number of malignant lesions of the urinary bladder.
2 of the article, reproduced below) has brought with it significant economic risks, plus medical risks through increased radiation exposure, with its accompanying carcinogenic potential, and the unforeseen gadolinium-related nephrogenic systemic fibrosis, over and above the well-known mild allergies and anaphylactoid responses.
This is due to their elevated risk of a rare complication known as nephrogenic systemic fibrosis.