Renal artery stenosis

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  • Nephrectomy: A Case Study

    reconstruction of the renal artery). However, the alternative approach of angiographic embolization has become, in recent years, better known (Prabulos AM et al. 1997). Majority of RAA ruptures usually occur in the third trimester and have left-sided predominance (Cohen et al. 1987; Hwang et al. 2011). This increased third-trimester risk is believed to be the result of: (1) expanded intravascular volume and increased BP, (2) increased intra-abdominal pressure, and (3) weakened structure of the major arteries following increased steroid production (Nakayama et al. 2013). Moreover, the physiological clockwise–rotation of the enlarged gravid uterus may compress the aorta and the right renal artery, thus increasing pressure on the left renal artery. To our knowledge, there are only two English papers describing cases of ruptured RAA in the first trimester of pregnancy (Whiteley et al. 1994; Meabed et al. 2002). RAA rupture in the first trimester of pregnancy remains unclear. Meabed et al. (2002) argued that repeated pregnancies produce irreversible vessel wall damage, which promotes a rapid increase in aneurysm size, subsequently causing rupture. Our case, however, was a primigravida at 8 weeks’ gestation. Davison et al. (1980) suggested that renal plasma flow and glomerular filtration rate of pregnant women in the first trimester rapidly increase to about 30-50% above the non-pregnant level; thus, increased blood flow to the kidneys may increase the pressure in the arteries,…

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  • Outline On Heart Failure

    when your heart muscle doesn't pump blood as well as it should. Certain conditions, such as narrowed arteries in your heart (coronary artery disease) or high blood pressure, gradually leave your heart too weak or stiff to fill and pump efficiently.” Web. . January 12, 2016 There are contributing factors that can lead to heart failure such as coronary artery disease, diabetes, obesity, and high blood pressure. Management of these diseases such as daily exercise, weight loss, decreasing sodium…

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  • Renal Scan Research Paper

    Renal Scan A renal scan is a procedure used to look for problems with your kidneys. The kidneys are the organs that filter your blood and keep it clean. They move waste out of your blood and into your urine so it can be removed from your body. In this procedure, a small amount of radioactive material (tracer) is injected into your blood. The tracer will travel through your bloodstream and reach your kidneys. A scanner with a camera that detects the radioactive tracer is used to examine the…

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  • Renal Failure

    intro The purpose of this essay is to identify what symptoms may occur in a person or animal which is suffering from renal failure? And what are the options for treatment in both humans and animals as well as determining which method of treatment fits best for the situation. To understand renal failure an understanding of the renal system is necessary, although renal failure is mainly associated with the kidneys. The renal system consisting of the kidneys, bladder and urethra is responsible for…

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  • The Importance Of My Life

    When people ask what I want to do with my future, I notice myself jumping to the thought of making my mother proud. Growing up, my mom had always taught me to be kind, have courage and conquer the world. Growing up, I was bullied. I was discriminated against because of my appearance, I was underestimated because I was quiet; I was hidden in the shadow of others. It wasn’t until when I was 9. My mom was diagnosed with cervical spinal stenosis. Prior to the surgery, the surgeon warned my mom that…

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  • Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)

    Peripheral arterial disease also known as (PAD) is a disorder that coexists with a vascular disease that is found in other parts of the body. PAD is the thinning of the peripheral arteries of the stomach, head, arms and legs. Not to mention, PAD is comparable to Coronary artery disease (CAD) and symptoms include pain or cramping in the lower extremities, tiredness in the legs or muscles of the hip and thinning of skin on the legs (Pescatello, 2014). This disease refers to a number of disorders…

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  • Essay On Mitral Valve

    subject to a few different diseases and pathologies that affect its form and function. One of those diseases is mitral valve stenosis which is when the mitral opening between the left atrium and the left ventricle narrows and restricts the blood flow through it. The etiology, pathology and symptoms of mitral valve stenosis are well known and well documented which allows physicians to diagnose the disease with accurately with the right tools. The prognosis of the disease includes death if left…

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  • Conclusion Of Coronary Artery Disease

    This presentation will summarize what Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) is, so the patient and family will have a better understanding of the disease. Coronary Artery Disease is thought to “begin in early childhood and is evident in the teenage years” (http://www.heart.org/). The plaque keeps building up each year and stays with a person for life. As a person ages the risks of coronary artery disease becomes higher with the type of lifestyle a person chooses. “The leading causes of CAD are “high…

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  • Contraindication Case Study

    5. What are the potential contraindications that can prevent someone from having a cardiac catheterization? What is the contraindication that must be considered in Robert Wilson’s case? Why is this of concern? There are potential contraindications to getting a cardiac catheterization, though the only contraindication is the inability to provide an informed consent. There have been unstable patients how have tolerated this procedure but with high risk patients, the nurse has be cautious of…

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  • Sleep Apnea Causes Memory Loss

    It can also lead to heart attacks, congestive heart failure, aortic dissection and atherosclerosis which in other words is fatty buildups in the arteries that cause them to harden. High blood pressure can also lead to strokes, kidney damage, vision loss, erectile dysfunction, memory loss, fluid in the lungs, angina, and peripheral artery disease. So how bad is it exactly to have these horrible conditions? When having heart failure, you heart muscle begins to weaken slowly and over time, your…

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