splenorenal


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splenorenal

 [sple″no-re´nal]
pertaining to the spleen and kidney, or to splenic and renal veins.

sple·no·re·nal

(splē'nō-rē'năl),
Relating to the spleen and the kidney; denoting a ligament or fold of peritoneum extending between the two structures.

splenorenal

/sple·no·re·nal/ (sple″no-re´n'l) pertaining to the spleen and kidney, or to splenic and renal veins.

splenorenal

pertaining to the spleen and kidney, or to splenic and renal veins.
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This quadrant evaluates the splenorenal space and uses the spleen as an acoustic window.
Central splenorenal shunt showed more negatively effect on hemodynamics of left kidney and symptoms of renal venous hypertension obviously due to shunting the large amounts of blood from a system of high pressure to a low.
Citation: Greene JA, DiPasco PJ, Koshenkov VP, Livingstone AS Portal hypertension from nodular regenerative hyperplasia of the liver with distal splenorenal shunt.
The lower pole of the spleen was mobilized next by dividing the splenocolic ligament to bring down the splenic flexure of the colon followed by the dissection of the posterior attachments (splenophrenic and splenorenal ligaments) with the help of ultracision.
Histamine levels and cardiovascular responses during splenectomy and splenorenal shunt formation in a patient with systemic mastocytosis.
Assessment of reproducibility and changes found following a selective distal splenorenal shunt.
The early corticomedullary and parenchymal phase CT demonstrated huge splenorenal shunts in all patients.
Distal splenorenal shunts for the treatment of severe thrombocytopenia from portal hypertension in children.
Renoportal anastomosis, a technique that secures adequate portal perfusion without necessitating splenectomy, simplifies liver transplantation in patients with distal splenorenal shunts (DSRS) and also can be used in the setting of portal vein thrombosis, according to University of Miami School of Medicine researchers.
A 41-year-old white man was referred for evaluation of a splenic artery aneurysm and an acquired splenorenal venous shunt.
A more recently developed kind of shunt surgery is the distal splenorenal shunt (DSRS).
Morphological and hemodynamic changes in the portal venous system after distal splenorenal shout: an ultrasound and pulsed dopier study.