Human genes for renal artery disease
Renal artery disease [DOID:2388]
A parasitic Ichthyosporea infectious disease that is a chronic granulomatous infection of the mucous membranes caused by the parasite Rhinosporidium seeberi, which manifests as vascular friable polyps that arise from the nasal mucosa or external structures of the eye. Disease of the skin, mouth, upper airways, ear, genitals, and rectum has also been observed.
Synonyms: renal artery disease, DOID:2388, renal artery disorder, renal artery syndrome, renal vascular disease ...