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Materiale Plastice (Mater. Plast.), Year 2015, Volume 52, Issue 2,





PETRU MATUSZ, SILVIU LATCU, MIRCEA-CONSTANTIN SORA, BOGDAN HOINOIU, OVIDIU BEDREAG, LAURENTIU PIRTEA, IOAN SAS, SORIN DUMITRU IOANOVICIU Achievement and Using Ex-situ Pig Renal Corrosion Casts in Training of the Medical Students and Residents


Abstract:
Renal parenchyma is served by a complex vascular-ductal system formed by renal artery (RA), renal vein (RV) and the pyelocaliceal system (PCS) continued by ureter. In the training of medical students and residents, the study of the interrelations of the elements of intraparenchymatous branches of the RA, RV tributaries, and PCS, as well as the analysis of renal corrosion casts is superior because it allows simultaneous analysis of the three vascular-ductal systems of the kidney. The present study examines the most favourable order of plastic mass injection for obtain good quality renal corrosion casts. There were used 36 kidneys from 18 domestic pigs, divided into three groups, to whom the vascularductal elements were injected with plastic (Technovit 7143), with different order of injection: the first group - with injection in order: PCS, RV and RA; the second group - with injection in order: PCS, RA and RV; the third group - with injection in order: RA, RV and PCS. Most affected by vascular compression were the renal vein and its intraparenchymatous tributaries. The most favourable order of plastic mass injection for obtain good quality renal corrosion casts by ex-situ injection is: RA, RV and PCS. Keywords: corrosion casts, pig kidney; pyelocaliceal system; renal artery; renal vein; training



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