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Renal vein assay for renin

Renal vein assay for renin

Renal vein assay for renin: The renal vein assay for renin is a test involving collection of blood from each renal vein, followed by a renin assay, or the rate of conversion of angiotensinogen to angiotensin II, which indirectly measures renin activity or kidney function; this test requires the use of a radiopaque dye to visualize the renal veins during collection.

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