suprarenal gland


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Synonyms for suprarenal gland

either of a pair of complex endocrine glands situated near the kidney

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Due to the cancerous nature of the tumor, we had to remove the whole kidney and the surrounding suprarenal gland in one block.
On the right side, we performed an adequate dissection of the inferior vena cava (IVC), and then we did a lateral traction on the suprarenal gland, identified and ligated the right suprarenal vein.
Tongue shaped suprarenal gland is observed at 12th week of gestation.
al observed that the weight of the suprarenal gland increased faster until the fourth month, whereas after that the growth became slower.
The left inferior phrenic artery was tortuous, running upwards to the left of the midline in the lesser sac and divided in to three branches and one among which was most lateral and running along with the splenic artery to supply the spleen at hilum, and rest two were supplying the diaphragm and suprarenal gland.
The left renal vein is longer than the right renal vein and drains blood from the left gonad and left suprarenal gland as well.
The tumour was rapidly progressive, (radiotherapy was unavailable in Uganda at that time and cytotoxic drugs remained to be developed), and at autopsy there were widespread deposits of the tumour, especially in the kidneys, liver and suprarenal glands The spleen was not involved.
He had a history of hypophysis and thyroid operation after being diagnosed with MEN type 1 syndrome including prolactinoma, parathyroid adenoma, gastrinoma and a nonfunctional adenoma on suprarenal glands 3 years before admission.
They are usually found in the skin, skeletal and cardiac muscles, lymph nodes, suprarenal glands, gastrointestinal tract, thyroid gland and spleen (without resultant splenomegaly) [Shin et al.