, glomerulo- [L. glomus, stem glomer-, ball (of yarn) + -ule, a diminutive suffix]
Prefixes meaning glomerulus.
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The level of concentration of both glomerulo- and tubulotropic radiopharmaceuticals in the parenchyma is proved to be a well reproducible measure of the kidney concentration function [21, 24].
Oxidative stress is involved in a plethora of diseases affecting renal apparatus such as glomerulo- and tubule-interstitial nephritis, renal failure, proteinuria, and uremia [16, 42].