postrenal

postrenal

 [pōst-re´nal]
1. located behind a kidney.
2. occurring after leaving a kidney, such as renal failure that results from processes impairing normal excretion of urine after it has been formed. See also prerenal.

postrenal

/post·re·nal/ (pōst-re´nal)
1. located behind a kidney.
2. occurring after leaving a kidney.

postrenal

pertaining to those parts of the urinary system that, anatomically and physiologically, are distal to the kidney. Includes ureters, bladder and urethra.
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In case 1, the patient developed AKI from an intrinsic renal condition, given that the fractional excretion of sodium and fractional excretion of urea excluded a prerenal cause and renal ultrasound excluded a postrenal cause of AKI.
The main etiology of CKD stage 5 was nephrosclerosis (8 patients), followed by glomerulonephritis (6 patients), miscellaneous (3 patients), and postrenal causes (2 patients).
Therapy with ceftriaxone (Rocephin[R]) in children can lead to postrenal acute renal failure.
Siegal BR, Greenstein SM: Postrenal transplant compliance from the perspective of african-americans, hispanic-americans and anglo-americans.
ARF may be divided into 3 categories: prerenal, intrinsic and postrenal.
More striking in Table 2 was the increase in blood urea nitrogen (BUN) and creatinine after admission, indicating a renal or postrenal condition.
Postrenal transplant calciphylaxis: successful treatment with parathyroidectomy.
Postrenal transplant improvement of sexual function.
EBER and/or EBV latent membrane protein have been demonstrated in the RS cells in 11 of the 13 postrenal transplant Hodgkin lymphomas (7 have demonstrated both, 3 latent membrane protein, and 1 EBER) in which EBV was assessed histologically.
The excretion of protein in the urine is determined by several factors, including the plasma protein concentration, renal blood flow, glomerular filtration, tubular reabsorption, secretion, and postrenal processes.
10,11) In birds, the urine back-flows in the coprodeum, rectum, and ceca by retroperistaltism, where postrenal handling of urine occurs.