renal artery

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re·nal ar·ter·y

origin, at L1 vertebral level as the second and largest pair of lateral visceral branches of the abdominal aorta; branches, segmental, ureteral, and inferior suprarenal; distribution, kidney.
Synonym(s): arteria renalis [TA]

re·nal ar·te·ry

(rē'năl ahr'tĕr-ē) [TA]
Origin, aorta; branches, segmental, ureteral, and inferior suprarenal; distribution, kidney.
Synonym(s): arteria renalis [TA] .
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We noticed that the primary division was a dorsal (D) and a ventral (V) branch of renal arteries. This finding has been reported in some mammals [2, 11, 30].
Renal vasculature can show various patterns of aberrant renal arteries which are usually due to abnormal rotation or position of kidney.10,11 Superior renal polar arteries are usually single and arise from aorta or renal arteries.5 In this report, there were 3 superior extra-hilar branches arising from renal artery showing a rare pattern.
The renal arteries can also give rise to vessels that usually do not arise from them, as suprarenai arteries, gonadal arteries, pancreatic artery, hepatic artery and some of the colic arteries (WEBER et al., 2009).
These two techniques, especially pressure-wire measurements, allow the operator to assess the patient's renal arteries before and during treatment to determine whether the intervention is having a meaningful effect.
Key words: Multiple renal arteries, anastomoses, external iliac artery, renal transplant, colour doppler.
[8] Bude OR, Forauer RA: Is it necessary to study accessory arteries when screening the renal arteries for renovascular hypertension?
The operation (Figure 1) was carried out in the following stages: Control of the aneurysm was obtained by a clamp placed proximally to it, immediatly below the renal arteries. The internal and external iliac arteries were exposed, isolated and controlled.
Techniques that use cardiac gating are viewed in cine mode to simulate the flow of blood in the renal arteries during the cardiac cycle.[8]
The patient underwent aortography the following day and on selective angiography the renal arteries were found to be widely patent.
The resistive index of renal arteries is the most widely used parameter to estimate the arteriolar vascular resistance and to evaluate renal haemodynamics.
Bilateral traumatic dissection of the renal arteries. Ann Fr Anesth Reanim 2008; 27:727-730.