uninephrectomy

uninephrectomy

 [u″nĭ-nef-rek´tah-me]
surgical removal of a single kidney.
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17] These abnormalities were associated with a more pronounced decrease in renal function after uninephrectomy, compared to patients with normal parenchyma, as could be anticipated from studies in living kidney donors.
Status patients who underwent uninephrectomy in adulthood more than 20 years ago.
Hypertension and proteinuria: long-term sequelae of uninephrectomy in humans.
The role of the kidney in Hcy metabolism is supported by the finding that Hcy concentrations increased in living kidney donors after uninephrectomy and remained high 6 months thereafter, despite folate and vitamin [B.
Glomerular damage after uninephrectomy in young rats, II: mechanical stress on podocytes as a pathway to sclerosis.
Glomerular damage after uninephrectomy in young rats, I: hypertrophy and distortion of capillary architecture.