2016
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-736x2016000400013 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: ABSTRACT.-Agopian R.G., Guimarães K.P., Fernandes R.A., Silva M.V.M., Righetti M.M.S., Prisco C.R.D., Bombonato P.P. & Liberti E. A. 2016 Renal health has over the last few years called attention of veterinarians, because the chronic failure of the kidneyu is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in cats. This paper proposes biometric characterization of the kidneys from cats, Felis catus, on the macroscopic aspects (length, height, width, weight and volume), mesoscopic (height of the cortex and medulla, an… Show more

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“…The complete maturation with the perfect selective filtering capacity occurs 96 hours after Journal of Dairy & Veterinary Sciences fertilization, where the complete development of the podocytes and glomerular fenestrations is already verified [9]. Although the renal development occurs at very early stages, the neonephrosis process, that is, the formation of new nephrons occurs throughout the life of the zebrafish, where there is a positive correlation between the addition of new nephrons and body mass of these fish [10][11][12][13][14].The neonephrosis observed throughout the life of the fish may be related to the high capacity of regeneration of the damaged nephrons [15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22]. The findings of the present study corroborate this high plasticity of renal constituents in the adult phase of zebrafish, where we found no quantitative difference in renal components over the weeks.…”
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“…The complete maturation with the perfect selective filtering capacity occurs 96 hours after Journal of Dairy & Veterinary Sciences fertilization, where the complete development of the podocytes and glomerular fenestrations is already verified [9]. Although the renal development occurs at very early stages, the neonephrosis process, that is, the formation of new nephrons occurs throughout the life of the zebrafish, where there is a positive correlation between the addition of new nephrons and body mass of these fish [10][11][12][13][14].The neonephrosis observed throughout the life of the fish may be related to the high capacity of regeneration of the damaged nephrons [15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22]. The findings of the present study corroborate this high plasticity of renal constituents in the adult phase of zebrafish, where we found no quantitative difference in renal components over the weeks.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…These metanephros presented complete corticomedullary division, formed renal structures and higher values for the measured biometric parameters (mean weight of 0.239 g, width of 0.60 cm, length of 0.76 cm, thickness of 0.53 cm and volume of 0.201 cm 3 ) than metanephros from groups 1 and 2. Agopian et al (2016) observed that the growth of the kidney from adult domestic cats occurred in all dimensions proportionally to age. This means, older the animal, heavier and bigger is its kidney volume.…”
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“…Among several techniques that can be used for the quantification of renal structures, morphometry is the one that determines the biometric parameters (weight, height, thickness and volume) of the tissues (Agopian et al, 2016). Stereology is another highly used technique for the quantification of biological structures and thus could be applied to the kidney.…”
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