adreno-, adren-, -adrenal-

(Latin: a gland or the glands near the kidneys: ad-, "near" plus ren[es], "kidneys")

The name applies to the adrenal glands because of their proximity to the kidneys.

adrenal (adjective); more adrenal, most adrenal
Pertaining to the area near or upon the kidney: A hormone that is secreted by the suprarenal or adrenal gland can raise a person's blood pressure.
adrenalectomize (verb), adrenalectomizes; adrenalectomized; adrenalectomizing
To surgically remove the adrenal glands: In order to adrenalectomize during the operation, Dr. Miller explained that either the excision of one (unilateral adrenalectomy) or both (bilateral adrenalectomy) of the endoctrine glands, also called "suprarenal glands" and situated above each kidney, would be necessary.
The removal of one or more adrenal glands.

The adrenal glands are part of the endocrine system and are located just above the kidneys.

This is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that is most often performed laparoscopically. A laparoscope is a device that allows the physician to see the surgical area with a small camera. Laparoscopic procedures use smaller incisions than traditional, open procedures.

Inflammation of the adrenal gland.
adrenalopathy (s) (noun), adrenalopathies (pl)
Any diseased or abnormal condition of the adrenal glands: Adrenalopathy includes the glands that are situated above each kidney, secreting hormones which control the heart rate, blood pressure, and metabolism (all the chemical processes that take place in the body).
Acting on or stimulating the adrenal cortex.
A hormone produced by the anterior pituitary gland that stimulates the adrenal cortex.