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adrenal

1. on or near the kidneys
2. of or relating to the adrenal glands or their secretions
3. an adrenal gland
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An aortogram was done, and it showed smooth tapering of the thoracic aorta and abdominal suprarenal aorta (Figure 2a-c).
The endogenous substances may be stimulated or antagonized by multiple factors of endogenous and exogenous origin, such as PsV and PstA, which modulates in certain cases the feedback between hormonal axes, from the hypothalamus to the hypophysis, the testicles, or the suprarenal gland.
Suprarenal glands were identified, separated and kidneys were removed from the paravertebral gutter on dorsal body wall.
Klinigimize bulanti, hipertansiyon, karin agrisi ve sik idrara cikma sikayeti ile basvuran hastanin yapilan tomografi goruntulemesinde 50x35mm lobule konturlu, solid-kistik, heterojen yapida sag suprarenal yerlesimli kitle saptandi.
Out of 32 children with solid organ injury, renal trauma, and spleen, were the most common isolated solid visceral injury, followed by liver, pancreas, suprarenal, and bladder.
An abdominal ultrasonography (USG) showed a large left suprarenal hypoechoic lesion, which was confirmed on a triple-phase CT scan (Figure 1; see arrow).
The Talent suprarenal crown was found to be damaged ((a), white arrow), the endograft was migrated 2 cm distally to the left renal artery ((b), red arrow and red bracket), and the proximal sealing was lost and a type Ia endoleak was shown ((c) black arrow).
Collins, "Formation of bone marrow in the suprarenal gland," The American Journal of Pathology, vol.
Notably, the multicentre prospective French study (Windows) on AAA and TAAA treatment with fenestrated and/or branched endovascular repair (f/b-EVAR) [20] reveals up to 16.7% of paraplegia/parapesia for type II and III TAAA, up to 7.1% severe ischemic colitis for suprarenal AAA and type IV TAAA, as well as 2.4% bowel infarction and 23.8% of renal impairment in suprarenal and type II, III, and IV TAAAs.
Iodinated contrast media were delivered through an automated injector (Medrad[R] Mark 7 Arterion[R] Injection System) connected to a pigtail catheter (5 F/65 mm length) placed in the suprarenal aorta, with an injection volume of 10 ml at a rate of 14 mL/s.
His abdominal exam, however, revealed an obese nontender abdomen with a palpable right-sided suprarenal mass of 6-7 cm diameter, which was soft and mobile.
Additionally, there appeared to be bilateral suprarenal soft-tissue masses and sclerotic lesions within the pelvis and lower thoracic spine, suggestive of metastatic disease with bone involvement.