Recent Examples of renal from the Web
The other four died from complications related to their renal illness.
Harry Mellon, battling advanced renal cancer, was not there to see what happened to the home that holds great sentimental value to him.
One common post-disaster failure is the scarcity of dialysis for people with diabetes, end-stage renal disease, and other kidney disorders.
A few weeks later, an ultrasound found renal cell carcinoma — cancer — on one of his kidneys.
Prosecutors have said that Mr. Spear had diabetes, heart disease and end-stage renal disease that required dialysis.
Before the March 13 surgery, Stansel faced end-stage renal disease — the last leg before kidney disease leading to death.
Baxter makes dialyzers, used for people with end-stage renal disease to filter fluids and wastes through dialysis.
Rogers said the two have been answering nonstop emergency calls, responding to patients in renal failure unable to get dialysis, to head injuries and cardiac arrests.
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Origin and Etymology of renal
First Known Use: circa 1656See Words from the same year
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