Project #8972 - Pathophysiology13

 

HCR240 Module 13 Alterations of Renal and Urinary Tract Function

 

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1.  What is cystitis? What are the symptoms? What does dysuria mean? Which microorganism is most likely to be the cause? (4 points)

2. Describe the procedure for lithotripsy. For what condition is it used in patients with urinary dysfunction? (2 points)

3. What is a neurogenic bladder? When might it occur- give two conditions? (4 points)

4. What is the difference between cystitis and pyelonephritis? (2 points)

5. What is nephrotic syndrome? When does it occur? How is it diagnosed? Why does the patient develop edema?  (8 points)

6. Discuss why a patient in chronic renal failure develops anemia and hypertension. Why are they also susceptible to osteomalacia? ( 6 points)

7. What electrolyte abnormality is significant enough to require emergency hemodialysis in the patient with renal failure? (2 points)

8. What is acute tubular necrosis? (2 points)

9. How does the prostate cause urinary tract difficulty for a male over the age of 50? (2 points)

10. Discuss the pathophysiology of post streptococcal glomerulonephritis. (4 points)

11. What is the most likely cause of chronic pyelonephritis? (2 points)

12. What does overactive bladder mean? What are the symptoms? (2 points)

13. What are renal calculi? What are the different types of calculi? (2 p

Subject Medicine
Due By (Pacific Time) 07/14/2013 12:00 am
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