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potential of EGCG on acute renal damage in a rat model of obstructive nephropathy. Molecular medicine reports 2013; 7(4): 1096-102.
Kuroczycka-Saniutycz, "KIM-1 and NGAL: new markers of obstructive nephropathy," Pediatric Nephrology, vol.
Ureteral obstruction as a model of renal interstitial fibrosis and obstructive nephropathy. Kidney Int.
Moreover, the increase in urinary excretion of NKCC2 in BUO-7 group could be a potential additional biomarker of renal function recovery, suitable to complete the panel of biomarkers currently compiled to evaluate the onset and recovery of obstructive nephropathy.
A novel STAT3 inhibitor, S31-201, attenuates renal interstitial fibroblast activation and interstitial fibrosis in obstructive nephropathy. Kidney Int.
This case is interesting because direct compression of urethra caused by massive inguinal hernia lead to obstructive nephropathy. Inguinal hernias are more often direct and can be limited to the inguinal canal or can reach the scrotum.
Diagnostic performance of urinary kidney injury molecule-1 (KIM-1) and neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin (NGAL) for acute kidney injury in obstructive nephropathy patients.
Kidney biopsy images can provide an estimation of pathogenesis in the obstructive nephropathy disease [6].
Obstructive nephropathy as a result of malignant neoplasms: A Single Centre Experience.
Congenital obstructive nephropathy is the primary cause of renal insufficiency in children.[sup.1] Congenital ureteral obstruction is distinguished by the profound impairment of kidney functions.[sup.2] Previous studies have shown that unilateral ureteral complete obstruction in adult rats caused impairment of urinary concentrating ability.[sup.3,4] However, neonatal partial unilateral ureteral obstruction (PUUO) as an experimental model for congenital obstructive nephropathy is clinically much more common than complete obstruction.
The sloughed papillae may obstruct urinary tract outflow leading to obstructive nephropathy and consequently renal failure [16].
The obstructive nephropathy is not a simple result of mechanical impairment to urine flow but a complex syndrome resulting in alterations of both glomerular hemodynamics and tubular function caused by the interaction of a variety of vasoactive factors and cytokines that are activated in response to obstruction.
The 3rd most common cause in our study was obstructive nephropathy but worldwide it is glomerulonephritis.
Obstructive nephropathy in children: long-term progression after relief of posterior urethral valve.
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