renal vein


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Synonyms for renal vein

veins that accompany renal arteries

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Renal vein thrombosis is a rare, but serious complication, usually occurring within the first 4 weeks of the postoperative period.
This technical limitation also made it impossible to measure markers of nitric oxide release in renal vein blood.
Axial contrast-enhanced CT of the abdomen demonstrated compression of the left renal vein between the superior mesenteric artery (SMA) and the aorta as the left renal vein crosses midline (Figure 1).
Immunohistochemistry was performed to rule out renal cell carcinoma (RCC) owing to the presence of renal vein thrombosis.
2]) 2]) Retroperitoneoscopic (A) Insufficient laparoscopic - 1 - exploration of kidney Vena Cava injury - - 1 Bleeding from tumor - - 1 vessels Transperitoneal (B) Adhesions causing - 3 - difficult manipulation Renal artery injury 1 1 - Renal vein injury 1 - - Splenic injury 1 - - To extract caval tumor 1 - - thrombus Bleeding from tumor - - 1 vessels
Venous drainage was directly into the IVC via a large aberrant vein running parallel to the left hepatic vein, as well as into the left renal vein (Fig.
The main outcome measures were adjusted rate ratios for all first-time deep-vein thrombosis, portal thrombosis, thrombosis of caval vein, thrombosis of renal vein, unspecified deep-vein thrombosis, and pulmonary embolism during the study period.
Surgical dissection revealed a grossly enlarged right kidney and palpable tumour thrombus in the right renal vein extending into the IVC.
Graft loss in first year occurred due to renal vein thrombosis (n = 1), thrombosis of revised arterial anastomosis (n = 1), arterial thrombosis due to myocardial infarction (n = 1), vasculitis (n = 1), FSGS (n = 1) and chronic rejection (n = 1).
Tested in 5 patients undergoing orthotopic liver transplantation, the technique involves an end-to-end anastomosis of the donor portal vein to the left renal vein without dismantling the DSRS.
Researchers reported that ultrasound vascular enhancement aids in evaluation of renal vein and IVC thrombosis sonographically.
The authors disregarded the direct erosion into the renal vein or IVC, across the renal pelvis, as an etiological mechanism, considering the position and configuration of the stent in the renal pelvis.
Computed tomography showed a thrombus within the left renal vein that extended into the inferior vena cava and a mass in the mid to lower pole of the left kidney (Figure 1).
The absence of the infra-renal IVC and the right renal vein is the most severe and infrequent abnormality in anomalies of IVC.