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Synonyms for necrosis

the localized death of living cells (as from infection or the interruption of blood supply)

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Acute tubular necrosis (ATN): Tubules showed features of acute necrosis in the form of exfoliation of epithelial cells and loss of brush borders.
Renal artery thrombosis is a rare complication that can be caused by severe rejection, acute tubular necrosis or faulty surgical technique.
Rhabdomyolysis, when it occurs from any cause, can result in myoglobinuriainduced acute tubular necrosis (ATN).
We can suspect the condition when a patient suffering from HELLP syndrome or abruptio placentae develops anuric ARF and fails to produce any urinary output after 3 or 4 weeks on dialysis--enough time for acute tubular necrosis to show any sign of recovery.
Prophylactic or therapeutic dosing with FG-4539 improved renal function as evidenced by lower BUN and serum creatinine levels, improved GFR, and prevented acute tubular necrosis as confirmed by histological analysis, the company said.
The patient's renal failure was initially thought to be due to acute tubular necrosis.
His hospital course was further complicated with multiorganism sepsis including multidrug-resistant pseudomonas, hepatic dysfunction, and renal failure caused by hemodynamically mediated acute tubular necrosis that required renal replacement.
Ten women (62%) developed acute tubular necrosis, seven (43%) developed pulmonary edema, seven (43%) developed disseminated intravascular coagulation, and six (38%) developed pancreatitis.
The amount of urinary KIM-1 was significantly greater in the 7 patients with ischemic acute tubular necrosis than in the 16 patients who had other forms of ARF or the 9 patients with chronic renal disease.
vivax infection are heavy parasitaemia, acute tubular necrosis, volume depletion, intravascular haemolysis, renal ischemia and microvascular sequestration (6, 9, 12, 13).
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