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re·no·vas·cu·lar

(rē'nō-vas'kyū-lăr),
Pertaining to the blood vessels of the kidney, denoting especially disease of these vessels.

re·no·vas·cu·lar

(rē'nō-vas'kyū-lăr)
Pertaining to the blood vessels of the kidney, denoting especially disease of these vessels.

renovascular

(rē″nō-vās′kū-lăr)
Pert. to the vascular supply of the kidney.
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Among variety of experimental or genetic models of hypertension, the 2K1C hypertensive model is a classical one of renovascular angiotensin-II-dependent hypertension [29].
Clinical supposition of renovascular hypertension occurred after the discovery of bilateral abdominal bruits, in a geriatric patient with hypertensive crisis after angiotensine converting enzyme inhibitors.
[ClickPress, Tue Jun 25 2019] Atherosclerotic renovascular disease refers to the stenosis of either one or both renal arteries.
Moreover, women with miscarriages were 1.13-, 1.2-, and 1.16-fold more likely to have an MI, renovascular hypertension, and stroke, respectively, than women with no miscarriages.
Renovascular causes accounted for 12 (8%) cases, Takayasu arteritis 8 (5%) and renal artery stenosis 4 (3%).
Renovascular hypertension cause renal ischemia that stimulate recruitment of leukocyte and higher production of reactive oxygen species.
Renal causes of eosinophilia Etiology Allergic interstitial nephritis Renal carcinoma Transplant rejection Cholesterol embolic disease Vasculitis Renal replacement therapy (peritoneal and hemodialysis) Chronic kidney disease not on renal replacement therapy Diffuse proliferative glomerulonephritis Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura Renovascular disease Adapted from Diskin et al.
To date, obstructive sleep apnea, renovascular diseases, and primary aldosteronism seem to be the most common disorders, in which hypertension may coexist [2].
Accordingly, Masson's trichrome staining indicated that collagen expression was also elevated in rats subjected to 2K1C renovascular surgery, particularly in those infected with T.
Thyroid USG and renovascular doppler USG were normal, echocardiographic examination revealed mild left ventricular hypertrophy.
A 21-year-old man with a history of ESRD secondary to FSGS, placement of a temporary right subclavian catheter, and renovascular hypertension presented to the emergency department with fevers and myalgia.