anephric

anephric

 [a-nef´rik]
without kidneys.

a·neph·ric

(ă-nef'rik),
Lacking kidneys.
[a- priv. + G. nephros, kidney]

anephric

[ā·nef′rik]
Etymology: Gk, a, nephros without kidney
without kidneys.

a·neph·ric

(ā-nef'rik)
Lacking kidneys.
[a- priv. + G. nephros, kidney]

anephric

being without kidneys.
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Our patient was unique in that the tumour was unmanageable endoscopically, but the option of radical nephroureterectomy would render him anephric.
Again, the presence or absence of kidney tissue may have an important role to play and it is generally accepted that anephric patients will have consistently low hematocrits.
Metabolism of radioiodinated carboxyl-terminal fragments of bovine parathyroid hormone in normal and anephric rats.
A study of non-anemic, age-matched healthy volunteers and hemodialysis patients with and without kidneys (anephric) showed that EPO response to a single dose of a HIF-PHI was greatest in hemodialysis patients with kidneys and lower, although similarly increased above baseline, in healthy volunteers and anephric patients.
She was advised that dialysis may be necessary if she became anephric.
However, therapeutic drug monitoring is recommended in several instances: a) patients receiving concomitant aminoglycosides, b) anephric patients receiving hemodialysis, especially high-flux dialysis such as continuous venovenous hemofiltration, c) patients receiving higher-than-normal doses of vancomycin (i.
Metabolism of radioiodinated carboxylterminal fragments of bovine parathyroid hormone in normal and anephric rats.
After a single oral dose of FG-2216 was administered to 12 hemodialysis patients, 6 of whom were anephric (without kidneys), and to 6 healthy volunteers, median erythropoietin (EPO) levels increased from 7.
Hypercalcemia in an anephric patient with sarcoidosis: evidence for extrarenal generation of 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D.
Pharmacokinetics of furosemide in normal subjects and functionally anephric patients.