postrenal

postrenal

 [pōst-re´nal]
1. located behind a kidney.
2. occurring after leaving a kidney, such as renal failure that results from processes impairing normal excretion of urine after it has been formed. See also prerenal.
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Angiotensin II receptor type 1 expression in erythroid progenitors: Implications for the pathogenesis of postrenal transplant erythrocytosis.
In lymphoma patients with initial presentation of acute kidney injury (AKI), the assessment has to be based on prerenal, renal, and postrenal causes.
We would have liked to report etiology and classification of AKI as prerenal, renal (acute tubular necrosis), and postrenal if the study was done prospectively.
reported the case of a 63-year-old female with postrenal transplant metastatic cutaneous melanoma, where treatment with 1 dose of nivolumab led to acute renal allograft rejection and renal failure, subsequently requiring dialysis [6].
It may be presumed that the abnormal secreted mucin protein plugs in the distal tubule and causes an increase in the intraluminal pressure of the tubules, behaving as a postrenal cause of CKD.
Hastada sol-tarafli portal hipertansiyona bagli gastrik varis kanamalarinin olmasi, pre ve postrenal nedenlere bagli komplike bobrek yetmezliginin olmasi steroid tedavisini guclestirdi.
also reported a case of bacteremia in a renal transplant patient and two other cases in postrenal transplant are reported in literature [8, 25, 26].
Chakrabarti, "Exophiala dermatitidis endocarditis on native aortic valve in a postrenal transplant patient and review of literature on E.
Dighe, "Postrenal transplant non-EBV multiple myeloma of donor origin," American Journal of Transplantation, vol.
The RCC subtypes of postrenal transplant patients include clear-cell carcinomas, chromophobe, and papillary carcinomas [10, 11]; however, CDC has not been previously reported in this setting.
While the most common cause of renal impairment is related to vasculitis of the renal vessels, this case demonstrates the unusual possibility of a 'postrenal' cause for renal failure in PAN.