Definition of Renal medulla

1. Noun. (anatomy) The inner most region of the kidney, arranged into pyramid like structures, consisting of the collecting tubules, Henle's loop, vasa rectae, venulae rectae and the medullary capillary plexus. ¹



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Medical Definition of Renal medulla

1. The centre portion of the kidney. (27 Sep 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Renal Medulla

renal fascia
renal fibrocystic osteosis
renal ganglia
renal glycosuria
renal haematuria
renal haemorrhage
renal hypertension
renal hypoplasia
renal impression
renal infantilism
renal insufficiency
renal labyrinth
renal lithiasis
renal lobe
renal medulla (current term)
renal nanism
renal osteitis fibrosa
renal osteodystrophy
renal papilla
renal papillary necrosis
renal pelvis
renal plasma flow
renal plexus
renal portal system
renal pyramid
renal reflex
renal replacement therapy
renal retinopathy
renal segments

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