Recent Examples of renal from the Web
Richard Lee Hadlock, 50, who had a longstanding history of medical problems, including insulin-dependent diabetes and renal failure, died from diabetic ketoacidosis, Medical Examiner Dr. Thomas Beaver found.
That may include people who are already in the hospital, many pregnant women, nonsurgical cancer patients, patients with end-stage renal disease, dialysis patients and symptomatic AIDS patients, according to the letter.
Nagaland state police chief L.L. Doungel said S.S. Khaplang, head of a faction of the separatist National Socialist Council of Nagaland, died of renal failure Friday in Taga region, his outfit’s headquarters.
The cause was acute cardiac pulmonary arrest and end-stage renal disease, said a daughter, Kristin Burke. Col.
Coverage Differences End-stage renal disease patients are eligible for Medicare regardless of their age.
In 2013, Medicare and Medicaid covered about 376,000 end-stage renal disease patients who needed dialysis to assist their failing kidneys, at the cost of $11.7 billion, according to a government report.
The cause was renal disease, said a daughter, Cheron Ellison.
The cause was renal failure, his daughter Molly Hiland Parmer said.
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Origin and Etymology of renal
French or Late Latin; French rénal, from Late Latin renalis, from Latin renes kidneys
First Known Use: circa 1656See Words from the same year
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Definition of renal for English Language Learners
medical : relating to or involving the kidneys
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