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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One of them drained into the subcostal vein, two of them joined shortly before draining into the right main renal vein, the fourth one drained into the anterior aspect of the inferior vena cava.
* The AngioVac device allowed for renal transplant function salvage with aspiration and mechanical thrombectomy of extensive iliocaval and transplant renal vein thrombosis in the setting of an epidural hemorrhage precluding pharmacologic anticoagulation.
No pathological finding was detected in renal doppler US, including left renal vein dilatation.
They concluded that in patients with systolic pressure over 200 mmHg, stapling should only be utilized with the renal vein, and the placement of metal clips was more appropriate for the renal artery (8).
The most important and most common complications are acute rejection, acute tubular necrosis, renal artery thrombosis, renal vein thrombosis, perinephric fluid collections, urinary obstruction, renal artery stenosis, aneurysmal dilatation of the renal artery, arteriovenous fistula, and chronic rejection.
The hilum of the kidney was noted to be "very heavily dissected." When the large renal vein and renal artery were clamped, the "torrential hemorrhage" from the central portion of the kidney immediately stopped.
Caption: Figure 2a: Kocherization exposing inferior vena cava (IVC) and left renal vein (LRV)
However, we unexpectedly realized an enlarged LRV compared with the right renal vein and the patient was diagnosed as having NCS by Doppler US performed on account of the findings of POCUS.
Extension LVI (LN) GI Int (years) 1 Unknown Unknown 17 2 Renal sinus No 2 3 Unknown Unknown 10 4 Unknown Unknown 4 5 Renal vein Yes 1 6 None Indeterminate 2 7 Capsule, renal sinus, Yes (6/42) 3 renal vein 8 Unknown Unknown 10 No.
The main renal artery, intrarenal arteries and arterioles, and glomerular capillaries, and renal vein can be involved; thrombotic lesions and glomerulonephritis (GN) have also been identified in primary APS (2).
USG KUB was suggestive of acute kidney nephropathy due to right renal vein thrombosis [Figure 1, 2 and 3].
In this study, the staging of Wilms tumor was done on the basis of presence or absence of perinephric extension, adjacent organ invasion, regional lymph node involvement, invasion into renal vein and distant metastasis.