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A 54 year old patient with pulmonary tuberculous is evaluated for SIADH, which of the following electrolyte imbalances would be expected?
A level of T-3 Graves disease is
A 35 year old female with Graves disease is admitted to a med/surg which of the following symptoms would be expected before treatment?
skin hot moist and rapid heart rate
The BMI rate is usually lowith with
Hypoparathyroidism is usually caused by
parathyroid gland injury
A 11 year old male is diagnosed with Type I diabetes before treatmetn he most likely experienced
polydipsia, polyuria, polyphasia and weight loss.
Hyperglycemia in Type 2 diabetes is the result of
hyperinsulinemia nd insulin resistance
A 13 year old male needs his insulin to control his Type I diabetes experiences hunger, light headedness, tachardia, pallor, headache and confusion during gym class, the most probable cause of these symptoms is
hyperglycemia caused by increased exercise
Chronic complications of diabetes such as micro vascular and macrovascular diseases are primarily related to
Characteristic physical features of persons with Cushings Disease Syndrome
trunkal obesity and thin skin
The most common typeof kidney (renal) stone is composed of
A 24 year old is diagnosed with renal calcaus that is causeing obstructions, which of the following is she most likely experiencing
flank pain
a 25 year old presents with burning urination, is diagnosed with urinary tract infection, which of the following organisms is affecting her urinary tract?
E. coli
The most common condition asociated with development of acue pyelonephritis is
Urinary Tract Obstruction
A 15 year year old male is diagnosed with laryngitis and 8 days later with glomerulonephritis, which of the following is the most likely cause of his disease
group A beta hemolytic strep
A 25 year old female presents with flank pain and fever she is most likely suffering from
A 54 year old female is diagnosed with Nephrotic Syndrome, which of the following lab values would be most consistent with this diagnosis
A 60 year old male is diagnosed with renal failure, which of the following lab values would be most consistent with this diagnosis
eleveated plasma creatin level
Anemia accompanies renal failure because of
inadequate production of erythropoietin
Upon examination of a male infant his urethra meatus is located on teh under surface of his penis, this condition is called
If Nephrotic Syndrome is no initially caused by kidney diseas it is termed
secondary nephrotic syndrome
A 4 year old male is diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome, which of the following accompanies this condition
In children the most common cause of acute renal failure is
heymolytic-uremic syndrome
Wilms Syndroms is found
in the kidneys
Vomiting reflex can be stimulated by
severe pain