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What is Renal infarction?

What is Renal infarction?

  • Renal infarction: The death of an area of tissue in the kidney due to a localized lack of oxygen. Usually results from an interruption in the blood supply. The severity of the symptoms depends on how large the affected part of the kidney is. Small infarcts can produce virtually no symptoms. The condition is relatively uncommon and frequently misdiagnosed.

Renal infarction: Introduction

Types of Renal infarction:

Broader types of Renal infarction:

How serious is Renal infarction?

Complications of Renal infarction: see complications of Renal infarction

What causes Renal infarction?

Causes of Renal infarction: see causes of Renal infarction

What are the symptoms of Renal infarction?

Symptoms of Renal infarction: see symptoms of Renal infarction

Complications of Renal infarction: see complications of Renal infarction

Can anyone else get Renal infarction?

More information: see contagiousness of Renal infarction
Inheritance: see inheritance of Renal infarction

Renal infarction: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Renal infarction.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Renal infarction.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Renal infarction: Nephrologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Renal infarction.
Treatments for Renal infarction: see treatments for Renal infarction
Research for Renal infarction: see research for Renal infarction

Name of Renal infarction

Main name of condition: Renal infarction

Renal infarction: Related Conditions

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