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the act or process of eliminating

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the distance by which one thing clears another

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6,7) At low concentrations, creatinine clearance exceeds inulin clearance, whereas at plasma creatinine levels above 14 mg/dL, the creatinine to inulin clearance ratio decreases, which led to the conclusion that a fixed tubular excretion capacity might exist.
1]/h), showing that steviol increases solute excretion and that this effect is dissociated from changes in the inulin clearance ([C.
Although renal toxicity has not been documented previously in persons who ingest bile acids, exposure in dogs has been associated with decreased inulin clearance and a natriuretic effect (5).
The creatinine clearance has been widely used as only alternative to inulin clearance in routine practice.
Other studies however, suggest that iothalamate clearance is very tightly correlated with inulin clearance, whereas creatinine clearance consistently exceeds iothalamate clearance (6, 15, 16).
The results using this method correlate closely with inulin clearance.
We compared single-injection inulin clearance studies in 76 patients not receiving steroids with 32 in patients receiving corticosteroid treatment (median dose 33.
The alternative reference methods to the gold standard inulin clearance are similar but not the same.
Correlation of serum concentrations of cystatin C and creatinine to inulin clearance in liver cirrhosis.
For these reasons, renal inulin clearance is not routinely used in the clinical setting.
We also examined 27 pediatric patients [15 males (7-17 years) and 12 females (6-17 years)], in whom inulin clearance had been determined for nephrologic evaluation of a nephroblastoma or because they had received nephrotoxic drugs.