renal infarction


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renal infarction

Nephrology Death of renal tissue, usually caused by renal artery sternosis
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Coggin, "Renal infarction: statistical study of two hundred and five cases and detailed report of an unusual case," JAMA Internal Medicine, vol.
Renal infarction is an uncommon and easily misdiagnosed condition.
Kim et al., "Clinical Characteristics and Outcomes of Renal Infarction," American Journal of Kidney Diseases, vol.
Nature of abnormality Frequency Relative frequency (%) Renal calculi 16 38.1 Hydronephrosis 10 23.8 Pyelonephritis 7 16.7 Renal abscess 4 9.5 Renal infarction 2 4.8 Cystitis 2 4.8 Renal necrosis 1 2.4 Total 42 -- Table 3: Occurrence of reproductive tract abnormalities according to breed of doe.
A case of renal artery thrombosis with renal infarction. J Emerg Trauma Shock 2010; 3(3):302.
Young IlHahm, et al?Spontaneous Renal Artery Dissection Complicated by Renal Infarction. Korean J Urol 2008; 49: 376-8.
Despite the fact that marijuana has been one of the most commonly abused drugs in history, only a few reports of renal infarctions in patients with a history of heavy marijuana use could be found in the literature, (Lambrecht, Malbrain, Coremans, Verbist, & Verhaegen, 1995; Le Guen, Gestin, Plat, Quehe, & Bressollette, 2011).
At first, we believed that the patient's initial symptoms were probably related to retroperitoneal hemorrhage due to severe back pain, and emergency abdominal computer tomography angiogram was planned, which revealed no retroperitoneal hemorrhage, but acute renal infarction in lower pole of the left kidney (Fig.
She was suspected of having a renal stone but instead was found to have a segmental renal infarction. Further evaluation revealed an atrial septal aneurysm, which was presumed to be the source of an embolism.
Acute renal infarction involves occlusion of the arterial supply to the kidney and most commonly occurs as the result of thromboembolism.
Once ischemia results in renal infarction, reestablishment of blood flow will not result in improvement of renal function [2].
Acute Renal Infarction: An Uncommon Etiology of Abdominal Pain in a Healthy Adult