Goldblatt kidney


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Gold·blatt kid·ney

(gōld'blat),
a kidney the arterial blood supply of which has been compromised, as a consequence of which arterial (renovascular) hypertension develops.
A classic model for studying renovascular hypertension; renal artery from kidney ‘A’ is partially obstructed by an atheromatous plaque—or less commonly, a factor external to the vessel—e.g., a tumour

Gold·blatt kid·ney

(gōld'blat kid'nē)
A kidney with an arterial blood supply that has been compromised, as a consequence of which arterial (renovascular) hypertension develops.

Goldblatt,

Harry, U.S. pathologist, 1891-1977.
Goldblatt clamp
Goldblatt hypertension - increased blood pressure following obstruction of blood flow to one kidney. Synonym(s): Goldblatt phenomenon
Goldblatt kidney - a kidney whose arterial blood supply has been compromised, as a consequence of which arterial hypertension develops.
Goldblatt phenomenon - Synonym(s): Goldblatt hypertension