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Effect of Visceral, Subcutaneous and Retroperitoneal Adipose Tissue on Renal Function After Living Donor Nephrectomy: A Retrospective Analysis of 69 Cases.

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Summary of "Effect of Visceral, Subcutaneous and Retroperitoneal Adipose Tissue on Renal Function After Living Donor Nephrectomy: A Retrospective Analysis of 69 Cases."

Recent studies reported that the presence of metabolic syndrome is closely correlated with impaired kidney function after living donor nephrectomy. Since the measurement of body mass index cannot differentiate the amount of body adipose tissue from total body weight, body mass index is not a reliable or enough alone parameter for determining metabolic syndrome. In the present study, we investigated the correlation between body adipose tissue and kidney function recovery following living donor nephrectomy procedure.

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