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Definition of movable kidney

movable kidney
Wandering Wan"der*ing, a. & n. from Wander, v. Wandering albatross (Zo["o]l.), the great white albatross. See Illust. of Albatross. Wandering cell (Physiol.), an animal cell which possesses the power of spontaneous movement, as one of the white corpuscles of the blood. Wandering Jew (Bot.), any one of several creeping species of Tradescantia, which have alternate, pointed leaves, and a soft, herbaceous stem which roots freely at the joints. They are commonly cultivated in hanging baskets, window boxes, etc. Wandering kidney (Med.), a morbid condition in which one kidney, or, rarely, both kidneys, can be moved in certain directions; -- called also floating kidney, movable kidney. Wandering liver (Med.), a morbid condition of the liver, similar to wandering kidney. Wandering mouse (Zo["o]l.), the whitefooted, or deer, mouse. See Illust. of Mouse. Wandering spider (Zo["o]l.), any one of a tribe of spiders that wander about in search of their prey.

Meaning of movable kidney from wikipedia

- Nephroptosis, is an abnormal condition in which the kidney drops down into the pelvis when the patient stands up. It is more common in women than in men...
- preceding Easter Sunday, see "movable" Holy Sa****ay: also called Easter Eve, the Sa****ay preceding Easter Sunday, see "movable" Easter: typically in April...
- observances set by the Solar Hijri calendar List of movable Eastern Christian observances List of movable Western Christian observances National Corndog Day...
- maintained that he was the first accurately to describe the anatomy of movable kidney and epidural haematoma, and to teach that patients with aortic regurgitation...
- ranges of about 9 octaves. Its hearing sensitivity is enhanced by its large movable outer ears, the pinnae, which amplify sounds and help detect the location...
- inventions: structure to allow polio patients to get into a sitting position; movable camera boom and cart to reduce time taking autopsy photos; uniform bubble...
- benign tumor made of fat tissue. They are generally soft to the touch, movable, and painless. They usually occur just under the skin, but occasionally...
- Short Course, the Farmers' Institutes, the Farmers' County Fairs, the Movable School, and numerous pamphlets and feature stories sent free to the South's...
- colon, the ce****), and ultimately the terminal ileum. The endoscope has a movable tip and multiple channels for instrumentation, air, suction and light....
- itself derived in turn from Latin caput 'head'. Cattle originally meant movable personal property, especially livestock of any kind, as opposed to real...
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