renal parenchyma


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parenchyma

 [pah-reng´kĭ-mah]
the essential or functional elements of an organ, as distinguished from its framework, which is called the stroma. adj., adj paren´chymal, parenchym´atous.
parenchyma of prostate glandular substance consisting of small compound tubulosaccular or tubuloalveolar glands, making up the bulk of the prostate; it is surrounded by muscular substance and permeated by muscular strands.
renal parenchyma the functional tissue of the kidney, consisting of the nephrons.
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Results of qualitative MRI analysis of the tumors Oncocytoma Mean tumor diameter 60.6[+ or -]47.3 (mm) Central scars, n (%) 9 (52.9) Mean scar diameter 39.2[+ or -]36.9 (mm) Scar intensities (*) Hyperintense: 9 (100) Hypointense: 0 (0) RENAL scores 7.7[+ or -]1.7 Tumor growth Exophytic: 15 (88.2) pattern Endophytic: 2 (11.8) Tumor signal Homogeneous: 2 (11.8) homogeneity (*) Heterogeneous: 15 (88.2) Tumor T2 signal Hyperintense: 7 (41.2) intensity compared Hypo/isointense: 10 (58.8) to renal parenchyma (**) Chromophobe RCC P Mean tumor diameter 61.7[+ or -]45.9 0.93 (a) (mm) Central scars, n (%) 11 (33.3) Mean scar diameter 25.
Routine ultrasound of the abdomen can detect distorted renal parenchyma and presence of calculus.
It is postulated that PRL originates from the renal capsule and infiltrates the renal parenchyma or chronic inflammation of the kidney causing infiltration of lymphoid cells and transformed into lymphoma [3].
Usually, there is massive destruction of renal parenchyma by the time of diagnosis [12].
Unfortunately, the size and echogenicity of the renal parenchyma has not changed significantly.
Open PN with manual compression of the renal parenchyma allowed resection of two polar tumors and preservation of renal function.
Succinate Dehydrogenase-Deficient Renal Cell Carcinomas are epithelial tumors arising from the renal parenchyma and account for up to 0.2% of all RCCs.
UTI can result in acute renal failure and chronic kidney disease, therefore any renal scarring or damage to the renal parenchyma can be assessed using imaging techniques.
(9,15) Hes et al (28) assessed the premalignant potential of nonneoplastic renal parenchyma in patients with ESRD and detected similar chromosomal aberrations in foci of hyperplastic and dysplastic tubules, including gains in chromosome 7 and 17, and loss of Y; unfortunately, assessment for 3p loss could not be evaluated because of weak probe signal.
The sign of a false lumen without contrast filling at the level of the right renal artery orifice (arrow) and delay in the nephrogram phase in the right renal parenchyma, (b) There is no contrast enhancement in the right kidney even if the left kidney is in nephrogram phase
Previous studies of the RA in pigs have been limited to the description of its distribution patterns into the renal parenchyma, with scarce morphometric data on this structure.
Emphysematous pyelonephritis (EPN) is a rare infectious disease, of which risk factors are poorly controlled diabetes mellitus, immunosuppression, and urinary tract obstruction.[sup][1],[2] In comparison with simple pyelonephritis, EPN is an acute severe necrotizing and gas-forming infection of the renal parenchyma with a mortality rate of up to 25%.[sup][3] Among the reported cases of EPN, there has only been one report of the disease where the "invisible kidney" was detected in the lung windows on noncontrast abdominal computed tomography (CT).