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All about Nephrotic syndrome

Nephrotic syndrome is a kidney disorder that causes your body to excrete too much protein in your urine. This can lead to swelling in your feet and ankles and increase risk of other health problems.

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All symptoms of acute pyelonephritis

Fever, back pain, frequent urination, and nausea.

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The organism most commonly associated with acute pyelonephritis is???? What?

Escherichia coli

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All about polycystic kidney disease

genetic disorder characterized by growth of cysts, which can replace the mass of the kidney and lead to renal failure

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The pathophysiologic basis of acute glomerulonephritis is what?

Immune-mediated inflammation of the glomeruli

Immune complex deposition in the glomeruli

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All the Signs consistent with a diagnosis of glomerulonephritis include???

Hematuria, Proteinuria, Hypertension, and Edema

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The pain that accompanies kidney disorders is called….WHAT?

Renal colic

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Findings that should prompt an evaluation for renal cancer include …WHICH ONES?

Hematuria

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The most common type of renal stone is WHAT?

Calcium

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Scrotal pain in males and labial pain in females may accompany renal pain as a result of WHAT?

Kidney stones

Associated dermatomes

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The oliguric phase of acute tubular necrosis is characterized by

Low urine output

Decreased urine output

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Osteoporosis commonly occurs in patients with end-stage renal disease because of..WHAT?

Disturbances in calcium and phosphate metabolism

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Gastrointestinal drainage, perioperative and postoperative hypotension, and hemorrhage may all contribute to renal failure by causing WHAT?

Hypovolemia

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Appropriate therapy for prerenal kidney injury includes…WHAT?

Volume repletion

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A patient with renal disease is at risk for developing uremia as the nephrons progressively deteriorate, because????

The nephrons are unable to effectively filter waste products from the blood.

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The most likely cause of anemia in a patient with end-stage renal disease is..BECAUSE??

The most likely cause of anemia in a patient with end-stage renal disease is a lack of erythropoietin production by the kidneys.

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The most likely cause of acidosis in a patient with end-stage renal disease is BECAUSE? DEjavu

The patient's kidneys are unable to excrete hydrogen ions and reabsorb bicarbonate ions.

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The most helpful laboratory value in monitoring the progression of declining renal function is WHICH ONE?

Serum creatinine

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Appropriate management of end-stage renal disease includes WHICH ONES?

erythropoietin administration

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What problem is a patient likely to experience in end-stage renal disease?

Kidney failure / Uremia

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Which intervention has been found to retard the advancement of chronic kidney disease?

Blood pressure control

Ace inhibitors

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In patients with polycystic kidney disease, renal failure is expected to progress over time as the cystic process destroys more nephrons. At what point will a patient reach end-stage renal disease?

When approximately 90% of nephron function is lost.

Greater than 90% nephron loss

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The most common cause of intrinsic kidney injury is WHAT ? Injury.

Tubular

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Hypotension is both a cause of chronic kidney disease and a result of chronic kidney disease. T or False

False

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Activation of parasympathetic nerves to the bladder will cause. WHAT?

Urination

Bladder contraction

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Urinary retention with consistent or intermittent dribbling of urine is called WHAT?

Overflow incontinence

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The direct cause of stress incontinence is..WHAT?

Weakening of the pelvic muscles.

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Which group is at the highest risk for urinary tract infection?

- Women

- Sexually active women

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The normal post-void residual urine in the bladder is…WHAT?

Less than 50 mL or Less Than 100 mL

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A ureterocele is…WHAT?

A swelling or enlargement at the end of the ureter, where it enters the bladder.

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The most frequent initial symptom of bladder cancer is..WHAT?

Hematuria (blood in the urine)

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A patient has ureteral colic. The manifestation that requires immediate notification of the physician is….WHAT

Increasing pain or discomfort.

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The most commonly ordered diagnostic test for evaluation of the urinary system is..WHAT?

Urinalysis

Ultrasonography

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The disorder characterized by a neurologic lesion that affects bladder control is WHAT?

Neurogenic bladder

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Vesicoureteral reflux is associated with….WHAT?

Urinary tract infections

Recurrent cystitis

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The microorganism that causes the vast majority of urinary tract infections is WHICH ONE?

E. coli

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A patient diagnosed with a micropenis must be evaluated for….WHAT?

Hormonal imbalances

Endocrine disorders

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Sexual impotence is rarely because of…WHAT?

Lack of attraction to the partner.

Primary causes

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Phimosis is a disorder of the penis characterized by WHAT?

The inability to retract the foreskin over the glans penis.

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Cryptorchidism is WHAT?

The condition in which one or both of the testes fail to descend.

Associated with an increased incidence of testicular cancer

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Sudden, severe testicular pain is indicative of WHAT?

Testicular torsion

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A progressive decrease in the force of the urinary stream, dribbling of urine, and difficulty initiating the urinary stream are characteristic of WHAT?

Benign prostatic hyperplasia

Prostatic enlargement

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The condition in which the urethra opens on the dorsal aspect of the penis is known as WHAT?

Epispadias

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The pathology report for a patient with penile cancer has this statement: The tumor involves the shaft of the penis. The cancer is at what stage?

Stage T2/ II

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The most common cause of urinary obstruction in male newborns and infants is urethral valves. TRUE OR FALSE

TRUE

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The majority of penile cancer cases are classified as basal cell carcinoma. TRUE OR FALSE

FALSE

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The prognosis of penile carcinoma depends upon the stage of the disease. TRUE OR FALSE

True

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Uterine prolapse is caused by a relaxation of the WHAT?

Pelvic floor muscles

Cardinal ligaments

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Endometriosis is a condition in which ????

Tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside of the uterus.

Ectopic endometrial tissue is present

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Absence of menstruation is called WHAT?

Amenorrhea

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Dysfunctional uterine bleeding (DUB) is caused by WHAT?

An imbalance in the levels of estrogen and progesterone

Absent or diminished level of progesterone

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What reproductive tract disorder is most likely to be associated with urinary stress incontinence?

Pelvic organ prolapse

Cystocele

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All about fibrocystic breast disease

Fibrocystic breast disease is a benign condition characterized by lumpy, painful breasts and palpable fibrosis. It's common among women of reproductive age and symptoms often correlate with menstrual cycle. No specific treatment is required, but symptoms can be managed with pain relievers and lifestyle changes.

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A potential risk factor for breast cancer includes…WHAT?

Family history of breast cancer

Early menarche & late 1st pregnancy

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Excessive vomiting in pregnant women is known as WHAT

Hyperemesis gravidarum

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The expected treatment of a pregnant woman with hyperemesis gravidarum is

Intravenous fluids and medications to control vomiting.

Intravenous therapy

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Cervical cancer can be detected in the early, curable stage by the ________ test.

Pap smear

Papanicolaou

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The most common types of uterine tumors are known as WHAT?

Fibroids

Leiomyomas

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A breast lump that is painless, hard, and unmoving is most likely WHAT?

A tumor

Breast cancer

carcinoma

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The HPV vaccine is recommended for 11- to 12-year-old girls, but can be administered to girls as young as _____ years of age.

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