A. J. Palubinskas

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Multiple renal arteries originating from the aortoiliac vessels were identified angiographically in 44% of 444 prospective renal donors. Bilateral multiple renal arteries were identified in 12%. With good immunological donor-recipient matching, 17 kidneys with multiple renal arteries were transplanted with excellent results; therefore, presence of multiple(More)
Renal angiography is indispensable in the study of children with suspected renal hypertension. Main or segmental renal artery stenoses are usually well-demonstrated by midstream abdominal aortography, but small intrarenal vascular abnormalities can be easily overlooked when such a nonselective method is used. Such tiny abnormalities, however, can be the(More)
The syndrome of renal tubular acidosis has been categorized into three physiologic types that have different clinical findings and prognostic and therapeutic implications. We reviewed radiographs of the skeleton and kidneys in 92 patients (56 children and 36 adults) with renal tubular acidosis in order to determine whether the radiologic findings could be(More)
Being able to induce controlled erection in dogs and monkeys, we investigated the hemodynamics and mechanism of penile erection. 'Chronic' monkey models, having had electrodes implanted around the cavernous nerves for electroerection, were studied to evaluate the details of the hemodynamic changes. The studies included: 1) arterial blood flow, 2) corporeal(More)