renal cortex

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the cortex of the kidney containing the glomeruli and the convoluted tubules

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Figure 4A and B show ET-1 and angiotensin II immuno-staining in the renal cortex of normotensive and hypertensive animals treated with CsA.
Yellow circle outlined by red is the central renal hilum point (HP), which indicates the midline of the most central renal cortex (yellow cross) at the image level showing the widest renal hilum; (B) the image section of the tumour central level (TL) showing the largest tumour diameter.
Ultrasound features are those of a lower or upper urinary tract obstruction in association with a hyperechoic appearance of the renal cortex and eventually the presence of cysts variable in size.
Fresh lysed renal cortex tissues or cells were immunoprecipitated with antibody against SIRT1 (Santa Cruz Biotechnology) and normalized SIRT1 protein content in each group.
These changes were justified by the facts that obstructive uropathy not only causes pressure atrophy of the collecting system, but rather incites a sequence of complex pathophysiological changes such as infiltration of monocytes and macrophages in the renal cortex and medulla, activation of the rennin-angiotensin system, and alterations in the renal growth factor expression, ultimately culminating with a prominent change of permanent tubulointerstitial fibrosis (Ishidoya et al.
This is related with the fact that normal heterogeneous distribution of Tc-99m DMSA substance in the renal cortex in the SPECT technique may be perceived as decreased activity uptake in the kidney (21).
16] Enalapril increases superoxide dismutase (SOD) activity and prevents accelerated O2 and 3-NT production in renal cortex during in vitro acute exposure to high glucose levels.
Key words: Antimony Renal cortex Glomeruli Rabbits Bovine Serum.
Histological investigations of the renal cortex of nonpregnant rats which had consumed drinking water with high content of ions of ferrum, calcium, magnesium and fluorine (test 2) showed insignificant distention of capillaries of renal glomeruluses and their plethory.
The four main aspects of renal function evaluated on a renogram are renal blood flow, renal function, transit of urine from the renal cortex to the renal pelvis, and flow of urine from the kidneys to the bladder.
The CT scan on return showed again the right renal laceration with interval expansion of the perinephric hematoma and pseudoaneurysm/hemorrhage in the interpolar region of the right kidney with new distortion of the right renal cortex and suggestion of active bleeding (Figure 1).
The vascular right upper quadrant mass was characterized as a haematoma containing a pseudoaneurysm extending from the right renal cortex to the pelvic brim.