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The treatment of traumatic lesions of the kidney

with tables of 155 cases

by William W. Keen

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Published by J.B. Lippincott] in [Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kidney, injuries

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby William Williams Keen
    ContributionsRoyal College of Surgeons of England
    The Physical Object
    Pagination44 p. ;
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26283382M

    Kidney – Introduction The kidneys are one of the more important tissues examined. Because of its role in the filtration, metabolism, and excretion of compounds, it is often the site of test-article-induced lesions. In addition, a wide range of spontaneous renal lesions may be observed. Chronic progressive nephropathy (CPN), a. The Weiss pathologic criteria are used to distinguish benign and malignant adrenal lesions (Table 3). 14 The presence of three or more of these criteria is highly associated with malignancy. Treatment of Adrenal Lesions For patients with small non-functional adrenal lesions with benign imaging findings, surveillance may be appropriate.

    Both should be followed closely with imaging every 1 to 2 years because aggressive treatment can preserve kidney function with minimal trauma to the individual or the kidney. If the tumors are allowed to grow, they may lead to obstructive uropathy or displacement of much of the normal kidney tissue. Kidney hyperfiltration with augmented renal clearance is frequently observed in patients with traumatic brain injury. The aim of this study is to report preliminary findings about the relationship between brain autoregulation impairment, estimated kidney glomerular filtration rate and outcome in critically ill patients after severe traumatic brain injury.

    Kidneys are injured more often than any of the organs along the urinary tract from external trauma. Blunt force due to motor vehicle crashes, falls, or sports injuries is the usual cause of urinary tract ating kidney injuries most often result from gunshot or stab wounds. Kidney cysts can be very normal findings, and if they have no suspicious characteristics may not require further treatment or even to be followed. During a consultation, where a patient must bring his/her actual scan on disc for review by us, the first thing to determine are the characteristics and appearance of the kidney lesion.


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The treatment of traumatic lesions of the kidney by William W. Keen Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Treatment of Traumatic Lesions of the Kidney, with Tables of Cases 1 William Williams Keen 1 Read before the American Surgical Association, Cited by: 2. ETIOLOGY Various types of trauma may result in rupture of the kidney. In the present series of cases falls, automobile accidents, and kicks in the lumbar region were the three most frequent forms of trauma, falls alone constituting approximately 40 per cent of all by: Direct blunt force (contusion, bruising of the abdomen or flank) leads to a rupture the kidneys.

The treatment of traumatic lesions of the kidney book in high-velocity accidents (falls from height oder motor vehicle accidents) damage the kidney, renal vessels or ureter by the inertia of the mass.

Epidemiology of renal trauma: In blunt abdominal trauma, up to 40% present with renal injury. The decision to transfuse a patient following renal trauma to pre-existing renal lesion possibly requiring a renal transplant, should be done with consideration of the increased risk of antigen.

RENAL TRAUMA AND PREEXISTING LESIONS OF KIDNEY JULIUS O. ESHO, M.D. GERALD W. IRELAND, M.D. ALEXANDER S. CASS, M.B.B.S. From the Department of Urology, St. Paul-Ramsey Hospital, St. Paul, and University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, Minnesota ABSTRACT-Preexisting lesions of the kidney with renal trauma were present in per cent of children and Cited by:   In addition to the above mode of treatment, certain home remedies and natural cures are valuable for kidney lesions.

The herb Hoelen is useful to stop the kidney lesion. It is said to be an immune suppressant. Marshmellow root tea is another home. The best treatment for traumatic lesions of the kidney is conservative non-opera- tive treatment, except in those cases where the injury is very extensive.

Marked exsanguination, the development of a large hematoma or evidence of secondary infection call for operative interference. In this series only injuries limited to the kidney were studied. Among patients with blunt abdominal trauma, we found 22 disruptions of the spleen and 12 of the liver, 10 intestinal or mesenteric injuries, 5 lesions of the pancreas, and 67 kidney lesions.

The distribution of all renal injuries into the different OIS grades is shown in Table 4. Lanchon andcolleagues presented their first-line NOM protocol in patients withgrade IV or V renal blunt trauma. NOM was successful in 82% of the patients,with higher success in patients with grade IV (89% versus52%) and the predictors for NOM failure were higher grade and hemodynamicinstability.

ELEVEN CASES OF RUPTURED KIDNEY1 WILLIAM R. DELZELL AND FRANK W. IIARRAH James Buchanan Brady Foundation of Urology of the New York Hospital Ruptured kidney is recognized as one of the most important lesions of the abdomen, whether it be traumatic or non-traumatic in origin, because of the serious pathology which may develop from, hemorrhage, extravasation and infection.

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Abstract. The kidneys are among the most frequently injured abdominal organs in patients submitted to blunt trauma. Recognition of the renal lesion is far easier than the choice of correct treatment.

Your kidneys are generally well protected by muscles of the back and rib cage but injuries can occur as a result of blunt or penetrating trauma.

The kidney is the most common organ in the urinary tract to be injured by severe trauma. "Trauma" is injury caused by an external force that may be either blunt—such as a car accident—or penetrating—such as a gunshot wound. Patients with renal lesions (such as cysts, tumor, or hydronephrosis) are more prone to severe injury.

This is a retrospective analysis of all patients admitted with traumatic kidney injury at. A CT can usually identify a lesion or other growth on the Kidney and dedermine if whatever it is has the characteristic of being malignant.

A lot has to do with its size. Some lesions turn out to be of no concern. Some are. I have never heard of tylonal causing Kidney CANCER. Hopefully everything turns out OK. Timely inwhen this anatomical classification was published, even CT-scan started to be diffusely used to diagnose and stratify trauma lesions and patients.

This temporal synergism increased the efficiency of both tools in graduating preoperatively trauma injuries and comparing different cohorts. MDCT can generate a wide spectrum of findings in renal trauma and the majority of these can be easily categorised into the above-mentioned five AAST grades; moreover, MDCT may also show some findings that are not mentioned in the AAST classification, the latter being based on the kidney appearance at surgery.

The most frequently reported complications are pneumothorax and lesions of the spinal cord. Severe injuries of peripheral nerves and blood vessels due to acupuncture seem to be very rare.

In the latter case sometimes family members are willing to donate a kidney to the suffering relative as people can survive on one kidney alone.

If you think you may have some of the symptoms of a kidney lesion then it is advised that you seek medical assistance as soon as possible. The Content on this Site is presented in a summary fashion, and is intended to be used for educational and entertainment purposes only.

It is not intended to be and should not be interpreted as medical advice or a diagnosis of any health or fitness problem, condition or disease; or a recommendation for a specific test, doctor, care provider, procedure, treatment plan, product, or course of action.

A renal mass is a tumor or cyst found in the kidney. Learn more about diagnosing and treating renal masses. Natural and holistic treatments for nephrosis comprise changes in one’s eating habits. In cancerous patients, the treatment for kidney lesions may include medication, surgery and chemotherapy.Good afternoon, everyone - I'm 32 months NED after IIIc, right axillary lymph nodes, no known primary.

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