1 edition of Observations on renal function in acute experimental unilateral nephritis found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Statement||W.C. Quinby, M.D. and R. Fitz, M.D. Boston|
|Contributions||Fitz, Reginald, 1885-1953 author|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||26|
Acute interstitial nephritis (AIN) is characterized by the presence of inﬂammatory inﬁltrates and edema within the interstitium, usually associated with an acute deterioration in renal function. AIN represented 1–3% of all renal biopsies in some studies.1,2 However, ensues, both experimental studies and cumulative evidence in. ACUTE kidney injury (AKI) frequently occurs in the critically ill with 5%–20% of patients experiencing an episode during their intensive care unit stay.1 AKI in the intensive care unit is rarely an isolated event and frequently occurs within a broader spectrum of disease including sepsis and respiratory insufficiency, and often progresses into multiorgan dysfunction syndrome.2 Despite recent Cited by:
Urine Output Ranges Acceptable in the ICU often is mls/kg/hr. Anuria: urine output to 3 litres/24 hours ; Causes of Renal Failure. Prerenal: hypovolaemia, hypotension, heart failure, liver cirrhosis.; Intrinsic: damage to the kidney from glomerulonephritis, acute tubular necrosis (ATN), and acute. In all over two hundred functional tests have been performed on one hundred and fifty different subjects. In normal cases the drug appears in the urine in from five to ten minutes, and 40 to 60 per cent of the 6 mg. dose, the average being about 50 per cent., is recovered in the first hour. From 15 to 25 per cent of the drug administered is recovered in the second hour, making the total Cited by:
We studed 98 patients with acute pyelonephritis and diabetes, 62 (63,3 %) patients out of them with not complicated forms, with complicated 36 (36,7 %). The renal function was controled on the base of clinical sings, biochemical and radioimmunological data. Renal disfunction was revealed in all patients. Glomerulonephritis and Renal Fibrosis. Gene therapy for experimental glomerulonephritis and interstitial fibrosis has been energetically tackled. For an effective molecular intervention, the choice of the target tissue or cells for gene transfer is crucial. (UUO) (a model of acute tubulointerstitial fibrosis), respectively. Another target.
This paper describes experiments which were made to establish an acute unilateral nephritis in dogs, and records the studies on renal function in this condition to determine which of the tests used most commonly in the surgical clinic are of greatest practical value in the diagnosis of one-sided lesions of varying by: 2.
The critical factor determining whether a rabbit would develop renal disease and the type of disease developed was the amount of antibody the rabbit formed. Those responding with much antibody were likely to develop an acute, self-limited glomerulonephritis and to be subsequently immune to further renal by: Olesen S, Madsen PO.
Renal function during experimental hydronephrosis: function during partial obstruction following contralateral nephrectomy in the dog.
J Urol. Jun; 99 (6)– PLATTIS MM, WILLIAMS JL. RENAL FUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH UNILATERAL HYDRONEPHROSIS. Br Med J. Nov 16; 2 ()– [PMC free article]Cited by: 6. Unilateral Glomerulonephritis* Virtual Absence of Nephritis in a Kidney with Partial Occlusion of the Main Renal Artery JOHN M.
PALMER, M.D., STANTON L. EVERSOLE, M.D. and THOMAS A. STAMEY, M.D. Palo Aito, California GLOMERULONEPHRITIS has been accepted as a disease which always involves both kidneys .Cited by: Earle DP, Färber SJ, Alexander JD, Pelligrino ED: Renal function and electrolyte metabolism is acute glomerulonephritis.
J Clin Invest –, PubMed CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 2. It has further been demonstrated that the excretion of azofuchsin was unchanged, except for a diminution in the rabbit which at autopsy showed a marked fatty change of the tubules.
We regard these observations as evidence, that, in acute glomerular nephritis in rabbits, glomeruli and tubules may function independently of each by: 9. Drug-induced acute interstitial nephritis is a common cause of dysfunction in native kidneys, but is rarely reported in renal allografts.
This report describes six renal transplant recipients with acute renal allograft dysfunction or delayed allograft function in whom a renal transplant biopsy showed histopathologic features of drug-induced interstitial nephritis with no diagnostic evidence of Cited by: Free Online Library: Renal functional & haemodynamic changes following acute unilateral renal denervation in Sprague Dawley rats.(Report) by "Indian Journal of Medical Research"; Health, general Biological sciences Hemodynamics Physiological aspects Kidney diseases Risk factors Kidney function tests Health aspects Usage Urinary organs Complications and side effects Surgery.
Acute interstitial nephritis (AIN) is an under recognized and under diagnosed cause of acute kidney injury (AKI). It is estimated to account for 15 – 20% of cases of AKI; it is the reported diagnosis in % of all kidney biopsies, and % of biopsies done specifically for acute renal by: Protection of renal function is a primary concern of physicians who manage surgical or medical diseases of the kidney, such as renal tumors, urinary calculi, renal vascular disease, or.
A renal disorder characterized by inflammation and edema of the interstitial tissue of the kidney. Definition (CSP) diffuse or local inflammation and edema of the interstitial tissue of the kidney.
Acute Renal Failure Acute Rejection Interstitial Nephritis Acute Tubular Necrosis Acute Interstitial Nephritis These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.
This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: 6. Sixty years ago, Koletsky made the observation that if 60 min of unilateral ischemia is induced, severe and progressive post-ischemic injury results, culminating in end-stage kidney disease.
This stands in sharp contrast to the results of Basile, discussed above, whereby 60 min of bilateral ischemic injury failed to produce sustained renal by: Tubulointerstitial Nephritis 1.
TUBULOINTER STITIAL NEPHRITISMARYAM JAMILAH BINTI ABDUL HAMID IMS BANGALORE 2. LEARNING OUTCOME Acute interstitial nephritis Chronic interstitial nephritis Reflux nephropathy Papillary necrosis Sickle-cell nephropathy 3.
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Although a diminished fractional excretion of sodium (FENa) is the hallmark of acute proliferative glomerulonephritis (APGN), an enhanced natriuresis per glomerular filtration rate (GFR) in the chronic phases of this disease has been by: Introduction.
Renal ultrasonography is typically the most appropriate and useful radiologic test in the evaluation of patients with AKI ().In this report, we review the interpretation of Doppler ultrasonography in adult and pediatric patients with AKI, with attention to its most appropriate uses, which include (1) the assessment of intrinsic causes of AKI, (2) distinguishing acute from chronic Cited by: There are greater chances of restoration of renal morphology and function after acute kidney injury (AKI)  than in the case of chronic kidney disease (CKD); in the latter, similar repair mechanisms may be activated although they rarely lead to complete response to acute or chronic stress, renal cells mount a response designed to limit the extent of injury which involves Cited by: Acute interstitial nephritis due to antibiotic treatment was considered, but appeared unlikely in view of the rapidly developing oliguria and the lack of skin manifestations.
Hydroxyethylstarch, which was given during the Caesarean section, may increase the risk of renal failure [ 3 ] and has been suggested to be a cause of temporary non Cited by: 2. C Acute versus Chronic Renal Failure. Renal function disorders may result from any progressive destructive condition affecting both kidneys (chronic renal failure), or from conditions wherein the function of the kidneys is rapidly and severely, but often reversibly, compromised (acute renal failure).
In the latter condition, oliguria is usual, whereas in the former situation, polyuria is normally observed. 1. The effect of mechanical ventilation on renal function Observations with IMV and CPAP.
Drury et al 1 reported the first observation of changes in renal function related to positive-pressure ventilation in They observed an instantaneous decline in renal blood flow (RBF), glomerular filtration rate (GFR), and urine output using Cited by: Experimental models of unilateral NS or glomerulonephritis show increased Na + reabsorption in the collecting tubules (26, 32), which is also the site of action of ANP and the related renal hormone urodilatin.
Urodilatin is an ANP analog or isoform secreted by distal convoluted tubule (DCT) and collecting duct (CD) epithelium and exerts a Cited by: 6. INTRODUCTION. Acute kidney injury (AKI) is a growing worldwide problem with huge untoward economic and medical consequences .Whereas pre-renal AKI and acute tubular necrosis are well-known and rapidly diagnosed entities, other common causes of AKI-like acute interstitial nephritis (AIN) require a higher index of by: