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Endocrine System in Acute Renal Failure

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Occurrence of endocrine abnormalities in acute renal failure (ARF) may be expected for the following reasons: (a) The kidney is an important endocrine organ, in which erythropoietin angiotensin I and II, active vitamin D metabolites, kinins, and prostaglandins are synthesized. (b) The kidney is an important excretory and biodegrading organ for hormones. (c) The kidney is the target organ of several hormones involved in the regulation of its excretory and endocrine functions. (d) ARF is caused by different etiological factors or is accompanied by deep alterations of the internal environment, which per se may influence secretion control of hormones, their transport, transformation, degradation, and binding to target cells.

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  • Acute Renal Failure
  • Leydig Cell
  • Plasma Renin Activity
  • Basal Plasma
  • Plasma Prolactin

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Kokot, F. (1984). Endocrine System in Acute Renal Failure. In: Andreucci, V.E. (eds) Acute Renal Failure. Springer, Boston, MA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4613-2841-4_5

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