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Nephrolithiasis

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Nephrolithiasis by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Nephrolithiasis. It contains the following chapters:

    • Calcium in Nephrolithiasis
    • Magnesium-Ammonia-Phosphate
    • Uric Acid in Nephrolithiasis
    • Clinical Correlation
    • Shock Wave Lithotripsy

    Included Quiz Questions

    1. Hyperuricemia
    2. Ethylene glycol
    3. Aciduria
    4. Celiac disease
    5. Vitamin C abuse
    1. Hydrochlorothiazide
    2. Acetazolamide
    3. Triamterene
    4. Amiloride
    5. Furosemide
    1. Urine pH
    2. Radiograph
    3. Urine culture
    4. Serum calcium levels
    5. Computed tomography
    1. Coffin lid
    2. Dumbbell
    3. Hexagonal
    4. Rosette
    5. Rhomboid
    1. Escherichia coli
    2. Proteus mirabilis
    3. All are likely organisms.
    4. Klebsiella.
    5. Staphylococcus saprophyticus
    1. Percutaneous nephrolithotomy
    2. Diuretic therapy
    3. Prophylactic antibiotic therapy
    4. Citrate therapy
    5. Low sodium diet
    1. Uric acid
    2. Calcium oxalate
    3. All are visible.
    4. Magnesium-ammonia-phosphate
    5. Calcium phosphate
    1. Rhomboid
    2. Hexagonal
    3. Envelope
    4. Dumbbell
    5. Coffin lid
    1. Alkaline urine
    2. Decreased urine volume
    3. Tumor lysis syndrome
    4. Hyperuricemia
    5. Arid climate
    1. Urine output
    2. Urinary pH
    3. Urine crystal analysis
    4. Computed tomography
    5. Radiograph
    1. Urethra
    2. Ureteropelvic junction
    3. All are correct
    4. Ureterovesical junction
    5. Renal brim
    1. Ureteropelvic junction
    2. Near the pelvic bone
    3. In the distal ureter
    4. Near the bladder wall
    5. Near the iliac vessels
    1. Hypotension
    2. Decline in GFR
    3. Renal parenchymal injury
    4. Obstruction of the ureter
    5. Incomplete stone fragmentation
    1. Stone size
    2. Urine pH
    3. Size of Kidney
    4. Location of stone
    5. Stone composition

    Author of lecture Nephrolithiasis

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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    Clear And Concise
    By Asad A. on 11. April 2017 for Nephrolithiasis

    Very memory intensive topic but well explained with clinical vignettes etc. Worth a watch

     
    Algorithm to Dx Renal Stones
    By Hamed S. on 08. March 2017 for Nephrolithiasis

    Good talk which could be improved by including an algorithm to investigate patients with suspected renal stones