Renal vein

What is Renal vein?

Renal veins are veins that accompany renal arteries; open into the vena cava at the level of the 2nd lumbar vertebra.

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Hi I'm a 22 year old male. Lately I've had pain in my testicles although primarily my left one. As of yesterday I've had what appears to be a...

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Left varicocele secondary to kidney pathology

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Thanks for your query.

Testicular pain associated with...

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my husband had renal carcinoma 2 years ago and they removed his left kidney - the tumor was very large and some entered the renal vein. All has...

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Based on your description, your husband had a non-metastatic left renal carcinoma for which he underwent radical surgery. I assume that the x-ray...

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1)Rt testicular vein is retroperitoneal in it visible in its full length in abdomen from XXXXXXX inguinal ring level to its drainage...

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Thanks for your query. The following are my answers to your query.

1. To visualized testicular veins clearly one needs to do 'Testicular...

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