renal artery

NOUN
  1. an artery originating from the abdominal aorta and supplying the kidneys and adrenal glands and ureters
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How To Use renal artery In A Sentence

  • Objective To probe into the feasibility in diagnose of renal artery stenosis with simple harmless methods.
  • Seen here in a renal artery branch are cholesterol clefts of such an embolus.
  • Excessive response may occur in cases of renal artery stenosis or after diuretics.
  • The middle sacral artery may also provide a renal artery in cases of pelvic kidney.
  • The renal artery, vein, and attached segment of ureter were patent and showed no evidence of tumor involvement.
  • Patients with bilateral renal artery stenosis commonly have impaired renal function.
  • Seen here in a renal artery are cholesterol clefts of such an embolus.
  • More rarely, a gonadal can originate from a suprarenal, inferior phrenic, superior mesenteric, lumbar, common iliac, or internal iliac or inferior polar renal artery.
  • On the other hand, the inferior mesenteric may give rise to the middle colic or to an accessory right hepatic, ‘accessory’ renal artery, or a common artery for both umbilical arteries when it arises from its usual position from the aorta.
  • The pathophysiology of unilateral renal artery stenosis provides a clear example of how hypertension develops.
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