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03:06 EDT 20th October 2017 | BioPortfolio

Original Source: Adrenal Function After Living Kidney Donation

The success of kidney transplantation is hampered by the shortage of organs. One attractive strategy is the use of kidneys from living donors. During the donor operation the kidney artery, kidney vein and ureter have to be interrupted as far as possible from the kidney to have sufficient length for the reconnection of these structures in the transplant operation. An adrenal gland is situated at the upper pole of each kidney. While the arterial supply is accomplished by many sm...

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