[USPRwire, Fri Aug 23 2019] Renal
Artery Stenosis Treatment Market: Introduction Renal
artery stenosis is the narrowing of the renal
artery that carries blood to the kidneys.
cell carcinoma (RCC) is the commonest primary renal
malignant tumour in adults and accounts for approximately 85-90% of renal
We present a case of a large pT3a clear-cell RCC found incidentally in a renal
The indications for renal
mass biopsy continue to expand (9-13); they include but are not limited to the following: (1) ruling out metastasis in patients versus a second primary renal
tumor in patients who have renal
and other primary tumors; (2) ruling out recurrence in patients who have a history of renal
tumor; (3) confirming that patients have multiple synchronous tumors; (4) ruling out the possibilities of infection/abscess or lymphoma; (5) evaluating whether the patients are candidates for active surveillance or ablative therapy; and (6) establishing a histologic diagnosis for targeted therapies or enrollment in clinical trials for patients presenting with disseminated metastasis or unresectable tumors.
Patients who underwent renal
USG between September 2017 and May 2018 in University of Health Sciences, Adana Health Practice and Research Center, Radiology Clinic were screened, and 229 patients (173 males, 56 females; and mean age 62.1[+ or -]12.1 years) were included in the study.
at data on 33, 613 Taiwanese patients with critical acute illness and no pre-existing kidney disease compared with 63, 148 controls for a medium-term renal
outcome, Medical Xpress reported.
artery stenosis, Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty, Perirenal haemorrhage.
He said the course outline was aimed about the multiple issues concerning dialysis, renal
transplantation and its long term outcome.
disease, a stage of kidney disease, is a serious issue that can lead to death if not treated.
The glomerular filtration rate was estimated by using the Modification of Diet in Renal
Disease (MDRD) Study equation.
Most of the renal
oncocytomas have been reported in the Western literature, and only a few cases have been detected in eastern populations.