Renal artery stenosis

What is Renal artery stenosis?

Renal artery stenosis is blockage of renal arteries. Renal artery is the artery which supplies blood to kidneys.

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Hi my son who just had gone for a kidney transplant a month n a half ago had renal artery stenosis bypass as he had elevated bp so doctors advice...

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you need to get a RENAL ANGIOGRAPHY to confirm that has the surgery been successfull or stenosis is still present

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Male of South Asian origin, 71 year old, slight built, normal body weight, though ,low BMI, diabetic for over 10 years, has been under medication,...

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? Chronic kidney disease

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Thanks for the query

I have seen the attached reports and it looks like you have a...

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my father is being dtected renal stenosis and his creatininine levels is for past 10 been between 1.9 -3.5. Should he be done...

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Thanks for posting your query.

Your father is having secondary hypertension due to renal artery stenosis. His kidneys are not functioning well...

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