The results indicated that reducing Ang II concentrations in renal cortex
may be independent of hypoglycemia, or at least may not be completely the result of hypoglycemia.
Significance of tubulointerstitial changes in the renal cortex
for the excretory function and concentration ability of the kidney: a morphometric contribution.
Analysis of subcellular fractions of the renal cortex
revealed cadmium migration from the soluble cytoplasmic fraction (where metallothionein is located) to the mitochondrial fraction (where ATP is maximal) and to the microsomal fraction (where Na-K-ATPase activity is maximal) at the time of appearance of Fanconi syndrome, with reversal after cadmium injection discontinuation.
The total concentration of Cd in renal cortex
from which renal effects are likely to occur has been estimated at 150-200 ppm ([micro]g/g wet weight of renal cortex
), both in human subjects and in experimental animals (2,10,11).
On MRI, the oncocytoma is usually a well-circumscribed mass that is T1 hypo- or isotense relative to the renal cortex
and exhibits variable T2 heterogeneity.
A Japanese herbal medicine, TJ-8014, composed of Coptidis Rhizoma and other seven crude drugs (Bupleuri Radix, Pinelliae Tuber, Scutellariae Radix, Glycyrrhizae Radix, Zizyphi Fructus, Ginseng Radix and Hoelen), markedly reduced urinary protein excretion and glomerular histopathological changes, inhibited the decreases in SOD, catalase and GSH-Px activities in the renal cortex
and reduced the amount of lipid peroxide in a renal failure model, suggesting that TJ-8014 is an effective treatment for nephrosis and/or nephritis (Hattori et al.
The histologic structure of the renal cortex
and medulla was normal.
7-cm heterogenous tan, hemorrhagic, solid and cystic mass arising from the renal cortex
The MRI revealed hypointensity of the renal cortex
relative to the medulla bilaterally on both T1-weighted (T1W) (Figure 1) and T2-weighted (T2W) images (Figure 2).
fish oil or polyanion drugs) have been shown not to affect, or sometimes even increase the accumulation of GM in the renal cortex
(reviewed by Ali 1995).
The biopsy specimen consisted of renal cortex
and outer medulla and contained 17 glomeruli.
The strain ratio was measured by comparing the tumour (B) to the renal cortex
for all renal lesions.
21] OTA was examined in sections taken from the renal cortex
of 19 patients with renal tumours who have undergone a nephrectomy in Poland.
Left nephrectomy specimen micrograph showed numerous foci of necrotizing granulomatous inflammation in the renal cortex
The renal cortex
and medulla in areas uninvolved by the masses were atrophic, measuring 0.