Extracorporeal Renal Surgery and Autotransplantation

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Springer Verlag, 1997 - Medical - 149 pages
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The subject of this book is salvage of kidney function in patients with various surgically correctable disorders affecting one or both kidneys. The focus is on methods of bench surgery and subsequent autotransplantation of the kidney(s) along with the applicability and excellent results of these procedures. The various techniques are well illustrated by drawings and X-rays. Physicians of the various disciplines will learn that renal autotransplantation might be considered in patients suffering from renovascular hypertension, renal cancer, complications of urinary calculous disease, or other complex renal/ureteral disorders.

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Effects of Renovascular Disease and Autotransplantation on Blood Pressure
Radiological Investigation and Interventional Procedures in Patients
Renal Radionuclide Studies

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