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renal (ree-năl) adj. relating to or affecting the kidneys. r. artery either of two large arteries arising from the abdominal aorta and supplying the kidneys. r. cell carcinoma see hypernephroma. r. function tests tests for assessing the function of the kidneys, which include measurements of the specific gravity of urine, creatinine clearance time, and blood urea levels, as well as intravenous urography and renal angiography. r. tubule (uriniferous tubule) the fine tubular part of a nephron, through which water and certain dissolved substances are reabsorbed back into the blood.

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renal Of or relating to the kidney. For example, the renal artery and renal vein convey blood towards and away from the kidney, respectively.

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re·nal / ˈrēnl/ • adj. technical of or relating to the kidneys: renal failure.

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renal XVII. — F. rénal — late L. rēnālis, f. L. rēnēs kidneys; see -AL1.

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