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GU 4 (Glom dz)

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A 50 y/o female smoker presents with hematuria. What do you suspect? bladder CA
A 30 y/o female African immigrant presents with hematuria. What do you suspect in this patient schistosoma haematobium
A COPD pt comes into the ER with tachycardia and hypotension. During the evaluation, he begins to have seizures. What is the most likely etiology? Theophylline OD
What medications are used in the treatment of Wegener's granulomatosis? Steroids and cyclophophamide
A patient presents with GN + b/l sensorineural deafness. What is the dx? Alports sydnrome
What is the classic presentation of postrep GN? child with brown urine and HTN, Strep infection 1-5 weeks prior, high titer of Antistreptolysin O in serum
What is the most common cause of morbidity and mortality in patients with SLE? Lupus nephritis
In which disease is the following urinary cast commonly seen: hyaline casts not indicative of disease
In which disease is the following urinary cast commonly seen: granular casts chronic renal dz
In which disease is the following urinary cast commonly seen: red cell casts GN or vasculitis
In which disease is the following urinary cast commonly seen: White cell casts tubular interstitial dz or acute pylonephritis
In which disease is the following urinary cast commonly seen: epithelial cell casts ATN or acute GN
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: most common nephrotic syndrome in children minimal change dz
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: IF: granular pattern of immune complex, LM: hypercellurar glomeruli post strep GN
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: IF: linear pattern of immune commplex deposition Good pastures
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: Kimmelstiel-wilson lesions diabetic nephropathy
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: mc nephrotic syndrome in adults Focal segmental glomerular sclerosis (FSGS)
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: EM: loss of epithelial food processes minimal change dz
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: nephrotic syndrome associated with hep B membranoproliferative GN
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: nephrotic syndrome associated with HIV FSGS
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: anti-GBM antibodies, hematuria, hemoptysis Good pastures
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: EM: subendothelial humps and tram-track appearance membranoproliferative GN
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: Nephritis, deafness, cataracts Alports syndrome
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: LM: crescent formation in the glomeruli crescentic GN or rapidly progressive GN
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: LM: segmental sclerosis and hyalinosis FSGS
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: purpura on back of arms and legs, abdominal pain, IgA nephropathy Henoch-Schonlein purpura
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: Apple-green birefringence with congo-red stain under polarized light renal amyloidosis
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: postive ANCA crescentic GN
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: anti-dsDNA antibodies lupus nephritis
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: EM: spike and dome pattern of the basement membrane Membranous GN
Which glomerular dz would you suspect most in a pt with the following findings: mc nephrotic syndrome in AA males FSGS
Created by: shelybel
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