renopathy

renopathy

 [re-nop´ah-the]
any disease of the kidneys; nephropathy.

re·nop·a·thy

(rē-nop'ă-thē),
A rarely used term for nephropathy.

renopathy

/re·nop·a·thy/ (re-nop´ah-the) nephropathy.

renopathy

any disease of the kidneys; nephropathy.
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Periportal fibrosis causes venous obstruction and portal blood hypertension and contributes to the development of splenomegaly and renopathy, severely affected patients develop esophageal varices, ascites, cachexia and renal failure, resulting in death in the absence of treatment (Weinstock, 1992; Johansen et al.
According to some authors, the marked increment of serum creatinine and uric acid levels in the infected group presented in this study are well indicators of schistosomal renopathy (Johansen et al.
Supplementation of sativa seeds, effectively ameliorated the above serum marker levels characteristic of schistosomal hepato- and renopathy, the best results was observed in the third and fourth groups as evidenced by the normalization of most of these markers.