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Cardiogenic vs Kidney - What's the difference?

cardiogenic | kidney |

As an adjective cardiogenic

is originating in the heart.

As a noun kidney is

an organ in the body that filters the blood, producing urine.




(en adjective)
  • Originating in the heart
  • Resulting from a disorder of the heart
  • Derived terms

    * cardiogenic plate * cardiogenic shock



    (wikipedia kidney)


    (en noun)
  • An organ in the body that filters the blood, producing urine.
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  • This organ (of an animal) cooked as food.
  • Constitution, temperament, nature, type, character, disposition. (usually used of people)
  • *
  • Falstaff: " &
  • 0133; think of that, – a man of my kidney, – think of that, …"
  • * L'Estrange
  • millions in the world of this man's kidney
  • * Burns
  • Your poets, spendthrifts, and other fools of that kidney , pretend, forsooth, to crack their jokes on prudence.
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  • (obsolete, slang) A waiter.
  • (Tatler)


    * rein * nephros * ren

    Derived terms

    * kidney bean * kidney belt * kidney punch * kidney stone * kidney vetch * steak and kidney pie

    See also

    * renal * suprarenal