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PATHOLOGY URINARY 6

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A MALIGNANT TUMOR OF THE KIDNEY GENERALLY OCCURING IN CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 5 NEPHROBLASTOMA
WHAT IS THE AMOUNT OF URINE FORMED IN A DAY 1 TO 1.5 L
WHAT FORMS AND EXCRETES URINE NEPHRON
WHEN ONE KIDNEY LIES ACROSS MIDLINE, FUSED TO THE OTHER CROSS ECTOPY
URETERAL DILATATIONS NEAR THE URETERS TERMINATION URETEROCELES
BACKWARD FLOW OF URINE INTO THE URETERS VESICOURETERAL REFLUX
WHAT IMAGING MODALITY BEST ASSESSES ARTERIAL AND VENOUS RENAL BLOOD FLOW FOR A PT WHO HAS RECEIVED A KIDNEY TRANSPLANT DOPPLER SONOGRAPHY
WHAT CONDITIONS CAN MAKE THE KIDNEYS APPEAR SMALLER THAN NORMAL ATROPHY FOLLOWING OBSTRUCTION, CHRONIC PYELONEPHRITIS, AND HYPOPLASIA
GRADUAL AND CHRONIC DETERIORATION OF THE RENAL PARENCHYMA EVENTUALLY RESULTS IN RENAL FAILURE
RENAL FAILURE IS CHARACTERIZED BY THE ABNORMAL RETENTION OF WHAT SUBSTANCE IN THE BLOOD UREA
SIGNIFICANT DILATATION OF THE RENAL PELVIS AND CALUCES AS A RESULT OF AN OBSTRUCTION FROM A STONE IS CHARCTERISTI OF HYDRONEPHROSIS
WHAT TWO PROCEDURES MAY BE PERFORMED TO IMAGE A NONFUNCTIONING KIDNEY CT AND RENAL SONOGRAM
PERCIPITATION OF SOLUTES OUT OF URINE IS THE PATHOGENESIS OF RENAL CACULI
CHRONIC INFLAMMATION FROM OBSTRUCTION CAN RESULT IN WHAT ADENOCARCINOMA
HOW CAN ONE DISTINGUISH BETWEEN NEPHROPTOSIS AND A PELVIC KIDNEY BY LENGTH OF URETER. IF SHORT IT IS CONGENTAL PELVIC KIDNEY
WHAT CAUSES THE KIDNEY TO LOSE ITS NORMAL REGULATORY AND EXCRETORY IN RENAL FAILURE LOSS OF GLOMERULAS FILTRATION AND SBSEQUENT DETERIORATION OF THE RENAL PARENCHYMA
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