extrarenal

extrarenal

/ex·tra·re·nal/ (-re´n'l) outside the kidney.
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LN is unlikely to present alone--it often manifests with other extrarenal features such as joint pain, malar rash, oral ulcers and photosensitivity.
Tenders are invited for Extrarenal Purification Products
AMLs are benign hamartomatous tumors that rarely occur in extrarenal locations.
Retrovesical and retroperitoneal extrarenal hydatid cyst: Descriptive study of 9 cases.
6 Use of vasoactive drugs 3 (60) Extrarenal replacement 0 Deaths in ICU 2 (40) Another genotype Characteristics of S.
However, all endogenous filtration markers are affected by factors other than GFR (non-GFR determinants), including generation, renal tubular reabsorption and secretion, and extrarenal elimination.
2 deletions or mutations eventually led to the discovery of INI-1 as the tumor suppressor gene mutation involved in renal and extrarenal MRTs (13), and these studies have firmly established MRT as a distinct entity (14).
Thus, there seem to be different HNa diet-responsive endothelial systemic genotypes among rat strains, with our rat substrain showing some degree of endothelial salt sensitivity (positive [DELTA]pNOB), although this phenotype would not be exclusively extrarenal because kidneys also have blood vessels.
Similar to hepatic allografts, renal pseudoaneurysms can be either intraparenchymal, often a complication of a prior percutaneous biopsy, or extrarenal, usually at the site of anastomosis or sequelae of infection.
Extrarenal expression of 25hydroxyvitamin d(3)-1 alpha-hydroxylase.
Surgical planning depends on the accurate assessment of the extrarenal extent of disease, further supporting CT investigation as the imaging modality of choice.