renotropic

renotropic

 [re″no-trop´ik]
having a special affinity for kidney tissue.
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re·no·troph·ic

(rē'nō-trof'ik),
Relating to any agent influencing the growth or nutrition of the kidney or to the action of such an agent.
[reno- + G. trophē, nourishment]
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re·no·troph·ic

, renotropic (rē'nō-trō'fik, -trō'pik)
Relating to any agent influencing the growth or nutrition of the kidney or to the action of such an agent.
Synonym(s): nephrotrophic, nephrotropic.
[reno- + G. trophē, nourishment]
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