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The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2000 February;41(1):121-3

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language: English

Preservation of renal function in reimplantation of renal artery of abdominal aortic aneurysm

Kim D. I., Lee S. J., Kim Y. I., Lee B. B.

From the Division of Vascular Surgery Samsung Medical Center, Department of Surgery Sungkyunkw an University School of Medicine Seoul, Korea


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Intra­op­er­a­tive admin­is­tra­tion of diu­retics and ­renal hypo­thermia ­with ­cold (4°C) hep­a­ri­nized ­Ringer’s lac­tate ­were ­useful ­methods for pre­serving ­renal func­tion ­during ­warm ­ischemia ­time. 54-­year and 74-­year-old men ­were diag­nosed as abdom­inal ­aortic aneu­rysm. ­Their ­left ­renal and acces­sory ­left ­renal ­arteries orig­i­nated ­from the ­border ­zone of the aneu­rysm. We ­reported two ­cases of reim­plan­ta­tion of the ­renal ­artery in abdom­inal ­aortic aneu­rysm ­without dete­ri­ora­tion of ­renal func­tion.

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