intraglomerular


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intraglomerular

adjective Within a glomerulus or glomeruli; i.e., glomerular (in practice, the prefix intra- is almost invariably dropped).
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Intraglomerular Bowman's capsule dilatation and edema are noted without evidence of glomerular and/or epithelial cell damage in proximal tubules.
Intraglomerular lipid deposition in routine biopsies.
ACE-Is act by inhibiting the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system (RAAS), specifically the conversion of angiotensin-I to angiotensin-II, thereby causing vasodilatation of the efferent renal arterioles and thus decreasing the intraglomerular pressures [17].
including increased oxidative stress, renal polyol formation, activation of PKC-mitogen-activated protein kinases, and accumulation of advanced glycation end products, as well as such hemodynamic factors as systemic hypertension and increased intraglomerular pressure (Brownlee 2001; Jandeleit-Dahm and Cooper 2006; Schena and Gesualdo 2005; Tan et al.
Inhibitors of the renin-angiotensin system reduce proteinuria by decreasing the systemic arterial pressure and the intraglomerular filtration pressure and by changing pore size and charge of the glomerular filter (43-46).
Los capilares intraglomerular es se encuentran revestidos por una serie de celulas endoteliales fenestradas extremadamente delgadas, con nucleos prominentes cuyo abultamiento se introduce en el lumen del capilar (Zuasti et al.
La forma secundaria ocurre a cualquier edad en relacion con patologias que aumentan la presion intraglomerular (enfermedad renovascular, obesidad) o en condiciones que se acompanen de disminucion en la carga de nefronas como en estados posnefrectomia.
El aumento de la presion intrabdominal produce una elevacion de la presion venosa renal, la cual genera incremento de la presion capilar intraglomerular.
Increasing intraglomerular pressure is a possible explanation for how hypertension affects the glomerular ultrastructure of the kidneys in the SHR (Martinez-Maldonado, 1987).
It has long been appreciated that increased intraglomerular pressure, loss of negatively charged glycosaminoglycans in the basement membrane and, later in the disease process, increased basement membrane pore size, all contribute to the albuminuria.
13) Increased protein excretion occurs 30 minutes after exercise and is related to changes in intraglomerular hemodynamics and the resulting saturation of the renal tubules.
En formas variadas de glomerulonefritis se ha evidenciado la activacion intraglomerular de la cascada de la coagulacion, disparado principalmente por el factor tisular que resulta en la formacion de trombos y deposito de fibrina (7,8).