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

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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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