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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As in any case causes of acute kidney injury in oncology patients are divided into: prerenal; intrarenal; and postrenal.
The prerenal segment is derived from the right subcardinal vein, while the renal segment is derived via anastomoses between the subcardinal and supracardinal veins, and the postrenal segment is derived from the right supracardinal vein.
In the present world, where renal biopsies are done extensively, many more cases of perinephric hematoma causing APK have been described in the postrenal biopsy setting, both after native and transplant kidney biopsy.
Recently, it has been reported that acute gastroenteritis with viral infection induced acute postrenal failure due to bilateral obstructive ureteral stones in infants [3-5].
Nivel Causa Prerrenal * Hiperemesis gravidica * Sepsis * Hemorragia * Primer y segundo trimestre * Aborto, embarazo ectopico * Tercer trimestre * Placenta previa, abruptio placenta, ruptura uterina Parenquimatosa * Necrosis tubular aguda (medicamentos, sepsis, renal necrosis cortical aguda) * Purpura trombocitopenicatrombotica/ Sindrome hemolitico uremico * Preeclampsia, sindrome HELLP * Falla hepatica agudizada del embarazo * Glomerulonefritis aguda Postrenal * Nefrolitiasis, uropatia obstructiva.
Primary "cutaneous" T-cell anaplastic large cell lymphoma, CD30+, neutrophil-rich variant with subcutaneous panniculitic lesions, in a postrenal transplant patient: report of unusual case and literature review.
The most frequent anatomic anomalies are the complete or partial absence of IVC, the presence of bilateral IVC, and hypoplasia of renal and prerenal segments, followed by the hypoplasia of the postrenal segment (Garcia-Fuster et al 2006; Bass et al 2000).
Postrenal injury is caused by an obstruction below the kidneys; examples include calculi, blood clot, enlarged prostate, and strictures (Yaklin, 2011).
Therapy with ceftriaxone (Rocephin[R]) in children can lead to postrenal acute renal failure.
Have stable glycemic control while hospitalized postrenal transplant.
The immediate outcome of acute renal and postrenal failure and predictors of the outcome.
Siegal BR, Greenstein SM: Postrenal transplant compliance from the perspective of african-americans, hispanic-americans and anglo-americans.