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re·no·vas·cu·lar

(rē'nō-vas'kyū-lăr),
Pertaining to the blood vessels of the kidney, denoting especially disease of these vessels.

renovascular

/re·no·vas·cu·lar/ (-vas´ku-ler) pertaining to or affecting the blood vessels of the kidney.

re·no·vas·cu·lar

(rē'nō-vas'kyū-lăr)
Pertaining to the blood vessels of the kidney, denoting especially disease of these vessels.

renovascular

(rē″nō-vās′kū-lăr)
Pert. to the vascular supply of the kidney.
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Peripheral vascular disease and renal transplant artery stenosis: a reappraisal of transplant renovascular disease.
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Peripheral arterial disease and renovascular hypertension are also being treated using the trans radial intervention and I am sure this would be the method of choice in times to come," says Dr Ghosh.
Approximately one-fourth of HTN subjects, particularly those with renovascular HTN, show high levels of angiotensin II, a vasoconstrictor (Malpas 2010).
Renin and aldosterone are characteristically increased (but are sometimes normal), and the aldosterone/ renin ratio is normal or low, in cases of secondary hyperaldosteronism that may occur in hypertensive patients who have been treated with thiazide diuretics and patients with renovascular hypertension or the rare reninoma.
A 74-year-old, white woman, with hypertension, atrial fibrillation, supraventricular tachycardia, celiac sprue, a right-sided cerebrovascular accident 3 years earlier, stage 5 chronic kidney disease due to renovascular hypertension, and NSF, developed nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.
8] Bude OR, Forauer RA: Is it necessary to study accessory arteries when screening the renal arteries for renovascular hypertension?
While the exact mechanism of this favourable response remains unclear, a variety of underlying causes of acute renal failure following cardiac surgery have been identified, including low cardiac output leading to acute tubular necrosis, multiple blood transfusions, renovascular emboli, preoperative contrast agents, nephrotoxic drugs, and prolonged CPB (Bahar et al.
Specific topics include: implications of small differences in blood pressure in high-risk hypertension patients, hypertension and diabetes, the role of proteinuria in management, epidemiology and ethnicity as relate to the disease, pregnancy and hypertension, and renovascular disease and secondary hypertension.
Diabetes (31%), glomerulonephritis (15%), and renovascular disease (15%) were the three most common causes of ESRD in this sample.