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Journal of Medical Ultrasonics

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1990 - Vol.17

Vol.17 No.06

Original Article(原著)

(0672 - 0679)

超音波ドプラ断層法による各種腎疾患と腎区域動脈,葉間動脈血流速度に関する研究−クレアチニン クリアランスとの相関を中心として−

2-D Doppler Echographic Measurement of the Renal Segmental and Interlobar Arteries in Renal Lesions: Correlation between the Renal Blood Flow Velocity and the Creatinine Clearance

戸塚 大輔1, 朴 正佑1, 杉崎 徹三1, 久保田 和義2, 川内 章裕2, 神谷 憲太郎2

Daisuke TOTSUKA1, Shousuke BOKU1, Tetsuzo SUGISAKI1, Kazuyoshi KUBOTA2, Akihiro KAWAUCHI2, Kentarou KAMIYA2

1昭和大学病院 腎臓内科, 2昭和大学病院 外科

1Department of Nephrology, Showa University, 2Department of Surgery, Showa University

キーワード : 2-D Doppler echography, Renal bood flow, Velocity, Creatinine clearance, Blood pressure

The flow velocity of blood in the renal segmental artery and interlobar arteries in various kidney diseases was assesed by real-time- two dimentional Doppler echography (Toshiba SSA-270 A).
Eighty-three cases of renal disease and 54 healthy volunteers were examined. Segmental artery blood velocity was measured in the central-echo-complex, whereas interlobar artery blood flow was measured at the side of renal pyramid through a longitudinal scan. Both the maximum blood flow velocity (Vmax) and minimum blood flow velocity (Vmin) were measured quantitatively according to the pulsewave Doppler method. A clear correlation between the creatinine clearance and Vmin of the segmental artery and interlobar artery was found. In cases that demonstrated under 50 ml/min of Ccr, those that were below 30 ml/min, Vmin of the interlobar artery was especially low. However, there was no correlation between blood pressure and blood flow velocity. In our conclusion, velocity of in the intelobar and segmental arteries was influenced by the glomerular filtration rate, but not by blood pressure.