ATN

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AcronymDefinition
ATNAnn Arbor (Amtrak station code; Anniston, AL)
ATNAcute Tubular Necrosis
ATNAttention (IEEE-488 / IEC-625 Interface Bus)
ATNAir Tahiti Nui
ATNAsian Television Network
ATNAids to Navigation (shipping)
ATNApplication Transport Network (computing)
ATNAustralasian Transport News
ATNAustralian Television Network (Sydney, Australia)
ATNAttention
ATNAttribute Name
ATNAcetonitrile
ATNAeronautical Telecommunications Network
ATNAutomated Trust Negotiation (sensitive information protocols)
ATNAfrica Trade Network
ATNAugmented Transition Network
ATNAcross the Nightmare (Dance Dance Revolution song)
ATNAtlantic Tele-Network, Inc. (also seen as ATNI; Beverly, MA)
ATNArriva Trains Northern (UK train operator)
ATNAll Together Now (Beatles song)
ATNAir Traffic Network
ATNAdvanced Tiros N (satellite)
ATNAmateur Television Network (FastScan)
ATNAction Performance Companies, Inc. (stock symbol; Phoenix, AZ)
ATNAir Technology Network
ATNAdvanced Television Infrared Observation Satellite
ATNAustralian Tourism Net (travel guide)
ATNAssign Thresholds (US DoD)
ATNAccount Telephone Number
ATNAusbildungs- und Tätigkeitsnachweis (German: training and activity proof, water emergency service)
ATNAlbinism, Tyrosinase-Negative
ATNAgri-Food Trade Network (Canada)
ATNAdaptive Tactical Navigation
ATNAcyclic Transmission Network
ATNAccelerator Technical Note
ATNAstrophysical Teletype Network
ATNAgTa1-xNbxO3 (Silver tantalate niobate; ferroelectric material)
ATNApplication Technologies Nouvelles (French: Application for New Technologies; est. 1986)
ATNAutomatic Track Number (SYS-1)
ATNAviation Electronics Technician Radio and Radio Nav Equipment (US Navy)
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Caption: Figure 1: Kidney biopsy: (a) and (b): hematoxylin and eosin stain showing acute tubular necrosis ((a) x20; (b) x40).
(2015) classified acute renal damage that was similar to that described in this study as acute tubular necrosis, interstitial nephritis, and glomerulonephritis.
Fenoldopam mesylate in early acute tubular necrosis: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial.
Acute tubular necrosis (ATN): Tubules showed features of acute necrosis in the form of exfoliation of epithelial cells and loss of brush borders.
It has been observed that acute tubular necrosis can develop due to the edematous obstruction or acute renal failure caused by the intravesicle formalin used for the treatment of chronic hemorrhagic cystitis.
Acute tubular necrosis (ATN) induced by IR injury contributes to the development of delayed graft function (DGF), which remains an important complication of kidney transplantation and, despite advances in cold storage, is a major risk factor for acute rejection and long-term kidney allograft dysfunction [3].
These conditions may also cause ischaemia of the renal tubules, triggering acute tubular necrosis, a form of intrinsic AKI.
We did not encounter acute tubular necrosis or delayed graft function probably because all of our grafts were from living donors.
Aminoglycoside antibiotics and amphotericin B are commonly used drugs that cause dose-related acute tubular necrosis. Acute tubular necrosis is usually caused by direct drug toxicity, but prolonged impaired renal perfusion as described above may also cause tubular damage.
(6) Acute tubular necrosis has been observed in patients who have had a renal biopsy after developing tenofovir-related acute renal failure.
Red blood cells in the urine may also be associated with acute tubular necrosis. Gross hematuria may be a manifestation of sickle cell anemia.
The most common forms of intrinsic kidney injury are acute tubular necrosis (ATN), acute interstitial nephritis (AIN), and contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN).
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