Ptosis is a medical term meaning abnormal lowering or drooping of the eyelid. It does not really refer to the kidney! However, if one did apply this term to the kidney, it would literally mean abnormal lowering or drooping of the kidney! :)
As soon as the kidney is inside the recipient, the donor has no legal claim to it. I think this will also apply to living donor liver transplants.
An accessory kidney is an "extra" kidney.
A native kidney biopsy is a biopsy of the kidney with which you were born, not of the donated kidney.
There is Chronic Kidney Failure. There is also Kidney Nephrolithotems, and Kidney cancer.
Your kidney is shaped like a kidney bean.
Kidney stones. Kidney failure.
Kidney disease can lead to kidney failure.
it is a kidney
The kidney came first:)
the right kidney is higher than the left kidney
The kidney is surrounded by fat to protect the kidney from damage.
A kidney stone can cause damage to the kidney.
Kidney failure and kidney rejection can still remain after kidney transplant.
Edema means swelling. An edematous kidney is a swollen kidney.
An opisthonephric kidney is the functional kidney of anamniotes, fish, and amphibians.
Kidney secrete hormone erythropoietin.ADH and aldestorone effect kidney.
color of a kidney?
In the Kidney.
donating a kidney is when someone needs a kidney and you participate to go to surgery to remove you're kidney to give to the person in need. and you are left with one kidney but you will still live.
No, the liver is anterior to the kidney, so the kidney is posterior to the liver.