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Case Presentation: Winfrey Latifa. Renal Disease. 35 yr. old African-American female Presents for extraction of several periodontally involved teeth “Episodes” of kidney problems resulting in trips to ER In ER, BP extremely high and BUN and creatine levels high.
Renal disease. Urinary tract infection -definition: -Urinary tract infection (UTI) is the presence of significant bacteria in a clean-catch or catheter specimen of urine
Renal Disease. Ricki Otten MT(ASCP)SC firstname.lastname@example.org. Review the Objectives. Those objectives marked with ‘*’ will not be tested over during the Student Lab Rotation. Classification of Renal Disease. Usually by specific structural component affected by disease Glomerular Disease
RENAL DISEASE. Ass. Sklyannaya E.V. Acute glomerulonephritis. Acute GN is characterized by the abrupt onset of hematuria and proteinuria, often accompanied by azotemia and renal salt and water retention after infection (the most often streptococcal). Etiology. Infectious Streptococcal
RENAL DISEASE. CAITLIN MCFARLAND JENNIFER SEEGERS RICKY TURNER. STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE KIDNEY. Paired, bean shaped organ Filter sodium and potassium ions from the blood and help to reabsorb these substances to maintain normal composition of body fluids.
Renal Disease. Dr. George Mellotte. The Kidneys Two bean-shaped organs, each the size of a fist. Weighing ~0.5% of total body weight 20% of Cardiac output goes to Kidney On Examination Move with Respiration Ballotable Can get above them Overlying resonance. Adrenal Glands. Rib Cage.
Immunlogic Renal Disease. NPN 200 Medical Surgical Nursing I. Glomerulonephritis. 3 rd leading cause of renal disease Inflammation of the capillary loops in the glomeruli May have underlying genetic component May be primary or secondary May follow and infection of group A strep
HEREDITARY RENAL DISEASE. AUTOSOMAL DOMINANT / AD. Chromosome(s) ADPKD PKD1 - 16 (Polycystic Kidney Disease)PKD2 – 4 Tuberous Sclerosus 9,11,12,16 Von Hippel-Lindau Ds 3
Renal Stone Disease. 2013 Mini-Lecture. Objectives. Identify common risk factors for renal stone disease Identify common signs and symptoms for renal stone disease Know the common types of renal stones
Renal Cystic Disease . What you thought you really didn’t need to know – but you do!. Objectives. Be able to diagnose renal cystic disease Genetic / non-genetic Be able to describe patterns of various renal cystic disease on routine imaging studies