nephromegaly


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nephromegaly

[¦nef·rō′meg·ə·lē]
(medicine)
Enlargement of the kidney.
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Our study design required the subjective identification of the secondary signs of obstruction, including hydronephrosis, perinephric stranding, and nephromegaly, followed by the subjective determination of the stone as being either obstructed, partially obstructed, or non-obstructed.
Due to the incipient nephromegaly, the diabetic kidney often looks bigger and 'Better' than the kidney with the same level of chronic, irreversible renal failure caused by other chronic renal diseases such as other glomerular diseases, hypertensive nephropathy or tubulointerstitial diseases.
The proliferative renal tubular disorder in this toucan is unusual because of the bilateral multifocal to coalescing involvement that caused massive nephromegaly rather than the formation of a distinct renal mass.
Sonography demonstrated marked hepatomegaly, featuring increased echogenicity and bilateral nephromegaly, grade II increased echogenicity, and fair cortex-medulla differentiation.
Pathologic quiz case: infant girl with unilateral nephromegaly.
At this age, nephromegaly was detected and a hepatic biopsy was practiced, which reported hepatic tissue with marked hepatocyte distension; with special tinctures it was possible to identify much of the positive PAS glycogen of normal structure, which is completely digested with the Diastase PAS.
Once made the systematic physical exam was evidenced nephromegaly in incidental way.
Cases 1 and 2 presented anasarca and case 2 in addition to anasarca, also presented marked nephromegaly.