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Guy's clinic, London, united kingdom. offers a finished account of the hereditary nephropathies and extra generalized issues which could have an effect on the renal tract. formerly released because the Genetics of Renal Tract problems, by means of M. D'A Crawfurd, c1988. For scientific geneticists and researchers. Illustrated.
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5–1 per cent. Around 20 ml of amniotic fluid is aspirated under ultrasonic control, following placental localization (Fig. 13). The fluid is normally clear and straw-coloured, with suspended amniotic (fetal) cells, which require culturing. A bloodstained sample indicates damage to the placenta, while discoloration may indicate fetal death. The sample is spun and duplicate cell cultures established which normally require between 2 and 3 weeks of growth to obtain sufficient cells. The main indication for amniocentesis is for chromosomal or biochemical analysis.
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The major causes of renal vascular disease are discussed. Fibromuscular dysplasia This condition appears to affect the renal arteries and less commonly other territories including the carotid and iliac arteries (Stanley 1995). It has a predominantly female bias in 40 A. David Makanjuola and John E. g. g. g. renal venography or surgery Trauma Inferior vena cava occlusion Acute vascular transplant rejection Spontaneous Chronic Nephrotic syndrome especially membranous glomerulonephritis Tumour Retroperitoneal fibrosis Veno occlusive diseases incidence and is also very rare in certain ethnic groups such as the Afro-Caribbean population.