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Title: The fate of the left kidney after end renosplenic shunt in experimentally induced extrahepatic portal hypertension.
Authors: Solomon, M J
Stening, M R
Hargrave, J C
Affiliation: Department of Surgery, Royal Darwin Hospital, Casuarina, Northern Territory, Australia..
Issue Date: Jul-1990
Citation: The Australian and New Zealand journal of surgery 1990-07; 60(7): 545-8
Abstract: Extrahepatic portal hypertension was induced in the rabbit by a one-stage complete ligation of the portal vein. End renal vein to side splenic vein shunts (renosplenic) were performed with haemorrhagic necrosis of the left kidney occurring after ligation of the left renal vein lateral to the adrenolumbar tributary. Thus the ureteric, lumbar, and pericapsular collaterals cannot adequately drain the left kidney. Ligation of the left renal vein on the medial side of the adrenolumbar tributary maintained a patent left renal vein in all cases with 60% of left kidney biopsies showing no histological evidence of changes to glomeruli or tubules, and the remainder showing early acute tubular necrosis.
URI: http://docs.prosentient.com.au/prosentientjspui/handle/1/10720
ISSN: 0004-8682
Type: Journal Article
Subjects: Animals
Hypertension, Portal
Kidney
Kidney Tubular Necrosis, Acute
Ligation
Portal Vein
Rabbits
Renal Circulation
Renal Veins
Splenic Vein
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