Methods Renal failure pattern such as the electrolyte disturbance, azotemia and uricacidemi were made by blocking dog' s renal arteries and by inputing hyperosmotic solution(K+, Na+, Cl-, Uear, CR, UA) through vein.
Results In these 5 cases,only left side nephrectomy were performed. Mean operating time was 116 min,with mean warm ischemia time being 2.8 min. Mean length of renal arteries and renal vein was 1.8 cm and 2.7 cm,respectively.
Methods 21 carcinoma of kidney patients accepted kidney artery embolism with 10 20ml morrhuate sodium and iodinated oil that had been mixed in 2:5 ratio. 12 patients among all patients accepted II stage operation.
The alterations of cardiac and lymphocyte β-adrenoceptors were observed in the rats with chronic heart failure produced by constriction of both abdominal aorta and renal artery.
One group was treated by sham operation; four groups were myocardium hypertrophy cases caused by banding aortic above renal artery.
Background: The importance of renal artery stenosis as a cause of refractory hypertension, recurrent pulmonary edema and renal failure is being increasingly recognized.
The four patients with critical renal artery stenosis underwent primarily successful PTA and stenting.?Conclusions: Selective renal angiography in the wake of coronary angiography is safe and inexpensive.
The diagnostic yield of renal angiography ist not negligible; 2% of patients had critical renal artery stenosis with an unequivocal indication for an interventional procedure.
1.Our quantitative morphologic studies of the renal arteries of twenty cases demonstrate that the lumen of one renal artery may show extreme variations of its luminal width, although no branching of vessels occur.
All aortas were prepared from the aortic arch to the renal arteries and segments of 5-10 mm were marked by ink spots.
Aggressive endarterectomy of stenosed renal arteries and the avoidance of bypass procedures or direct reinsertions into the prosthetic graft giving preference to island patch reinsertion of all four visceral/renal arteries are performed.
In children and young adults, fibromuscular dysplasia of the renal arteries is the most common cause of renovascular hypertension.
Renal lesions, a common feature of primary antiphospholipid syndrome (PAPS), include occlusion of principal renal arteries or their main branches, TMA, cortical ischemia, and renal vein thrombosis.
To explore the relationship between coronary artery disease and renal vascular disease, we performed renal arterial angiography in 609 patients undergoing coronary angiography for suspected coronary artery disease.
Renal arterial disease accelerates the development of hypertension associated with activation of multiple pressor systems and accelerated target organ injury.
Renal failure in septic shock: predictive value of Doppler-based renal arterial resistive index
Renal arterial resistance in septic shock: effects of increasing mean arterial pressure with norepinephrine on the renal resisti
Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty in transplant renal arterial stenoses: a long-term follow-up
In a second study of 11 renal graft recipients, no mannitol was used and α-h-ANP (0.05 μg/kg per minute) was infused into the donor kidney artery during transplantation for 46±2 min, followed by IV administration for 71±2 min.